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This day in college football history, Darry Talley sets WVU record

On this day in 1980

College Football Hall of Fame inductee Darryl Talley set a West Virginia single-game school record with five tackles for loss in a losing effort as No. 13 Penn State beat the Mountaineers 20-15 in Morgantown, W.V. Talley, whose record stood for 20 years, still ranks second on West Virginia’s career total tackles list and third in career unassisted tackles.

Source: National Football Foundation

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