Talley, Lyons, Scott tabbed for college hall

Four players with AFC East ties were chosen for this year's College Football Hall of Fame induction class.

Miami Dolphins safety Jake Scott (Georgia), Buffalo Bills linebacker Darryl Talley (West Virginia), Bills fullback Bill Enyart (Oregon State) and New York Jets defensive lineman Marty Lyons (Alabama).

The stars of the class will be cornerback Deion Sanders (Florida State) and running back Eddie George (Ohio State).

Of the AFC East inhabitants, Scott had the most decorated NFL career. He won a pair of Super Bowls with the Dolphins and was MVP of Super Bowl VII, the game that capped their undefeated 1972 season. He's on the Dolphins' Honor Roll.

Talley played on Buffalo's conference title teams and is on the team's Wall of Fame. The Bills drafted Enyart 27th overall in 1969, but he spent only three seasons in the NFL.

Lyons never went to a Pro Bowl, but he was a member of the Jets' famed New York Sack Exchange.