Former Bills LB Darryl Talley (1983-94) and former Bills RB Bill Enyart (1969-70) were elected to the College Football Hall of Fame as announced yesterday by Archie Manning, chairman of the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame.
Former Buffalo Bills safety and current Bills Radio Network color analyst Mark Kelso will make an appearance during the opening ceremonies of the United Way Day of Caring event today at Batavia’s Dwyer Stadium.
BuffaloBills.com – Alabama play-by-play radio announcer Eli Gold shares his thoughts on Marcell Dareus
Buffalo News – Talley joins exclusive club in College Football Hall of Fame
ESPN.com – Marcell Dareus not pleased with Broncos
ESPN.com – Talley, Lyons, Scott tabbed for college hall
The Tennessean – Bethel’s Jasper eager to take chance at NFL with Buffalo
BuffaloBills.com – Bills Focus: Inside Buffalo’s Draft Room
THIS DAY IN BILLS HISTORY
May 18, 1983 — CRIBBS LIKELY LEAVING BUFFALO
RB Joe Cribbs announced that 1983 would probably be his last season with the Bills and that he was going to sign a future services contract with the USFL.
QUOTE FOR THE DAY
Former Bills LB Darryl Talley on his election to the College Football Hall of Fame (as told to MSNsportsNet.com) — “I think it’s a tremendous honor. To have that feather in your cap is really a wonderful, wonderful thing to have. Think about how many guys play college football. How many kids have come to West Virginia? To be honored is something really special.”
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