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Tyler Bray, recently in the news for apartment complex bro moves, appeared in court today as a result of some Fourth of July jet ski bro moves. From one article on that day's bro moves:
"According to Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency officer Dewayne Williams, Bray was driving a Jet Ski with a woman passenger when he was observed by Williams "hot dogging" with another Jet Ski. Williams explained the term "hot dogging" as "almost like playing chicken" on Jet Skis.
The other Jet Ski tipped over spilling the unidentified occupants into the water. Bray then sped near the swimmers "spraying them with water," according to Williams, who added "he was almost on top of them.'"
Through the dedicated field work of Belly of the Beast correspondents, I am able to provide a picture of said jet ski incident:
Bray was charged with a misdemeanor for reckless operation of a personal watercraft (IS THERE ANY OTHER WAY?) and...
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The hits keep on coming for Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray. He was in court addressing an issue over the way he was riding a Jet Ski.
Tennessee star quarterback Tyler Bray is back in the news for all the wrong reasons again. This time Bray, who recently got in trouble for throwing beer bottles off his apartment balcony, is going to court on Wednesday for an incident involving a jet ski on July 4. With a female passenger.
"According to Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency officer Dewayne
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Bray's day in court.
Tennessee star quarterback Tyler Bray won't be getting behind the wheel of a boat (or presumably a jet ski) for about a year as part of a deal with the Loudon County District Attorney to settle charges against Bray for...
Tennessee will hold preseason practice at Milligan College in Elizabethton for the next six days.
The school, located about 110 miles east of Knoxville, disbanded its football program in 1950.
The Vols boarded school buses shortly after practice ended on Thursday to make the two-hour trip. The week away from Knoxville lines up with the move of all the football offices and operations...
Senior linebacker Herman Lathers sees a ''night and day'' difference in how the Volunteers are adjusting to the new 3-4 scheme installed by Tennessee first-year defensive coordinator Sal Sunseri.
Lathers said players had trouble in the spring just lining up correctly, but a summer's worth of film study and visiting with position coaches has Sunseri pleased with...
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Tennessee linebacker Herman Lathers sees a bigger difference now in first-year defensive coordinator Sal Sunseri's 3-4 scheme than he did in the spring.
Lathers said that in the spring, players had trouble just lining up correctly, but a summer's worth of film study and visiting with position coaches has Sunseri pleased with the defense's progress...
Watch this free video from InsideTennessee as Tennessee Volunteers head coach Derek Dooley addresses the media before departing for camp at Milligan College. Be sure to come to IT for all the latest in Tennessee athletics.
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