- Associated Press - Sunday, September 18, 2011

TUCSON, ARIZ. (AP) - Stanford linebacker Shayne Skov left the Cardinal’s game with Arizona after injuring his left knee during the second quarter.

Skov, Stanford’s leading tackler after two games with 18, was injured Saturday night when Arizona receiver Juron Criner was tackled and knocked into his left leg. Skov lay on the field for about a minute, then had to be helped to the sideline.

The junior lay on a training table behind Stanford’s bench with his knee heavily wrapped before he left for the locker room on a cart just before halftime.

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