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Defensive End Ken Talley Transfers To Michigan State

Former Penn State defensive end signee Ken Talley announced his transfer to Big Ten rival Michigan State on social media Wednesday afternoon.

“The next chapter of my life is here,” Talley wrote. “My new home. Let’s get paid.”

After enrolling on July 31, Talley entered the portal on August 15, before his first season with Penn State even began. He originally committed as the first defensive player to the Nittany Lions’ Class of 2022 in September 2020.

Talley’s initial transfer announcement came as a bit of a surprise as he had been an early signee and a vocal leader in recruiting potential teammates online.

Talley is the second player to transfer out of Penn State’s program in as many weeks. Running back Caziah Holmes reportedly transferred to Florida State on August 29.

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