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I will admitt I've been a Bray basher and haven't always been a fan of his but I just want to give him props on being named SEC Co-offensive player of the week. He played a heck of a game vs Troy.
You can really start to see Bray grow up the last few games
The last 2 games definitely. Played unreal vs USC and Troy. I hope he's turning a corner and finally headed in the direction, maturity wise and game-manager wise, that he needs to so he can be as successful as he should.
You know, it doesn't seem that long ago that we were watching Sims run for his life behind a bad O-line. We were almost scared to have that skinny little Bray back there. Now...he's about spoiled by our O-line. Almost wish I would see him step into a throw and get popped a little more often. He's going to have to learn to do it if he wants to succeed in the NFL. Anyone else share my opinion? Or am I just that stupid?
I'm with you. I got bashed for saying I wish Clowney would have popped him once but it would have been good for him. I don't want him hurt but he's going to get hit in the NFL.
I'll give him credit for the USCjr game, not Troy, even thought we had probably 4 TD drops by our WRs (and Riveria)...
but still, let's be "real" for a minute, Bray has done great against Non-Conference opponents, other than that, he's not even top 3-4 QBs in the SEC as of right now.
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