LOGAN, Utah (AP) -Antonio Taylor, Utah State's leading tackler, was suspended for the season Monday for a violation of team rules - ending his career with the Aggies.
A statement from coach Brent Guy didn't provide specifics of the violation.
``We're not going to get into details,'' spokesman Doug Hoffman said.
In two games, Taylor made 25 tackles. He had 74 last season, becoming the first non-linebacker to lead the team since 1978.
Utah State described the punishment as a suspension because Taylor is free to practice with the Aggies but won't play in games, Hoffman said.
In his 31-game career, Taylor had 211 tackles and three interceptions.

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