He is one of the best ever to come out of WVU.
Saturday Darryl Talley was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. Talley held the schools tackle record for 21 years with 484, he added five interceptions and 19 sacks.
After his time at WVU, Talley was drafted by the Buffalo Bills. He spent 12 years in the NFL, going to four Super Bowls, but he says being inducted into the Hall is the crowning achievement of his career.
"Considering how many kids play this game and how many guys actually have a chance to make it, " said Talley, "Being selected as one of those guys is truly an honor."