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West Virginia Reinstates Top CB Daryl Worley

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West Virginia cornerback Daryl Worley has been reinstated to the team after reaching a plea agreement from an incident that occurred in September. Worley pleaded no contest to misdemeanor assault and will serve no jail time.

Worley was originally charged with misdemeanor battery from a nightclub incident.

However, after reaching the plea agreement, Worley was placed on probation and was reinstated to the team on Tuesday.

The sophomore is West Virginia’s top defender and is one of the Big 12’s top shutdown cornerbacks. Worley has missed West Virginia's last two games, and his return is critical for the entire defense.

Worley’s return also comes at a key time for the Mountaineers, as they travel to Texas Tech this Saturday, followed by a matchup against Baylor in Week 8.

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