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Watch: Garrett Greene to Traylon Ray Ignites WVU Fans to Open Duke’s Mayo Bowl



WVU fans cheer at the Duke's Mayo Bowl on Dec. 27, 2023 at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C. (Mitchell Northam / WV Sports Now)

Charlotte, N.C. – WVU started off the Duke’s Mayo Bowl in the best possible way – with a big play for a touchdown.

It only took 11 seconds for West Virginia to get on the scoreboard in the Duke’s Mayo Bowl. Garrett Greene found Traylon Ray for a 75-yard touchdown, a play that stands as the third longest in the history of the bowl game.

That touchdown would actually end up serving as the only score of the first quarter.

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