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Start ‘Em:Tyler Bray – Tennessee at VanderbiltYou have to be nervous when looking at rivalry games on the road, but Bray has a VERY hot hand and the offense is humming. Stick with the hot hand and keep Bray in your line-up.STAFF PICK – JOE ARPASI Rakeem Cato – Marshall vs. HoustonKato had a down week against UAB for fantasy owners. Don’t let this turn you off of a good match-up. Ride your horses in the playoffs.STAFF PICK – JOE ARPASIChuckie Keeton – Utah State vs. La TechKeeton has thrown for over 300 yards in back to back games and has seven touchdown throws. He could shred a La Tech pass defense that yields over 337 yards per game in the air. Play Chuckie this week! STAFF PICK - KEVIN MOUNT & ERIK TJADEN Marcus Mariota – Oregon vs. StanfordThis electric freshman is coming off his best performance as a college player with 377 passing yards and six touchdowns against Cal last week. He could post tremendous numbers this week against a suspect Stanford pass defense. Look ...
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Tennessee Volunteers quarterback Tyler Bray misspoke a bit when he told reporters that he's "paid to win football games" when discussing the team's loss to Missouri.
Tennessee Volunteer QB Tyler Bray misspoke Tuesday when he told news reporters that,” I’m paid to win football games.”
Reporters were quick to fire back and question the words Bray spoke reports USAToday.
Bray quickly back tracked and tried to correct himself by saying, “I mean… my education. That’s what the SEC likes to call ‘getting paid.’”
The University of Tennessee Volunteers athletic department, as we have discussed, is struggling financially. Fans and alum can only hope that they haven’t put themselves in that position for paying football players. At least, Tyler Bray made it sound like he was on the payroll when had a poor choice of words while speaking with USA Today, earlier on Tuesday. “I’m [...]
Leave it to Tennessee star quarterback Tyler Bray to nonchalantly say something that could trigger yet another NCAA investigation of the Vols athletic program quicker than you can say "Lane Kiffin." In a Tuesday press conference Bray, who's lack of emotion on the field (between occasional fits of sulking and anger) sometimes makes him seem a graduate of the Jay Cutler...
Life on a college beat can be quite tedious under the general pretenses of stability within the athletic department. It’s a difficult job, but when things are going well – or, at least, as planned – it can get repetitive. Same stories day in and day out with a slightly different spin.
However, when things go poorly, there aren’t many more stressful gigs on the planet. There’s...