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Wake Forest linebacker Kelvin Moses will miss his second straight game when the Deacons play Navy Thursday night.

Moses had arthroscopic knee surgery before the season and missed the opener at Air Force, a 42-0 defeat.Moses is back at practice and dressing out in full pads but not participating in contact drills. He went through rehab work Tuesday.

``He's really coming along,' said head coach Jim Caldwell. ``We certainly anticipate he's going to be able to help us here shortly.'

After this game, Wake has an open date and plays again Sept. 26 at Clemson.

Caldwell is hoping Moses will be available for that one.\ -BILL HASS

QUOTING: ``We've still not quite recovered from the end of that game. What a dramatic way to start. I would think the college football fan really enjoyed that thing. It's just a bitter, bitter thing to swallow right there at the end.' - Arizona State coach Bruce Snyder after his Sun Devils lost to Washington 42-38 on Brock Huard's 63-yard TD pass on fourth-and-17 with 28 seconds to play.

HEALTHY GRIZZLY: Montana quarterback Brian Ah Yat is fully recovered from a knee injury that bothered him much of last season.

On Saturday, the 6-foot-2, 190-pounder from Honolulu threw six touchdown passes and ran for another in leading the I-AA Grizzlies from a 20-point deficit to a 49-42 win at Stephen F. Austin.

Ah Yat was 30-of-47 for 458 yards and his seven TDs tied a school record. He scored on a 1-yard run with just under six minutes to go for the winning points. Last season, Ah Yat missed a game with a sprained ligament in his right knee.


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