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Friday’s scrimmage in Neyland Stadium will be Tyler Bray’s first good chance to show improved leadership skills as UT's rising junior quarterback. Many expect him to thrive.
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I believe Tyler will be as good a passer as we have had since Peyton.
Tyler has unbelievable talent as we all know. His leadership skills are getting better in my opinion. Let's not forget he is still a sophomore in college. I would expect him to be the general out there this year. Imagine what he and the receivers could do this season if we have a much improved running game and the defense can't sit back and play the pass.
He may not have been the leader we needed him to be last season but he did make progress. He was "slash" free in 2011. I personally think he makes the jump from a great qb to a Field General this year. If that occurs it's Katie bar the door. GO VOLS!
BUTCH IS NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART. GO VOLS!
hope you are right about that +1
Ready for the orange and white game so we can actually see it action!
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wes and/or ryan.... what time is the scrimmage today?????
Thanks in advance....
No doubt that this season success starts with Tyler- and we look to be in good hands!
Let's hope he doesnt have to do alot of "screaming & yelling",but I hope if it comes down to having to keep #21 in line,he has the "backbone" to keep his azz straight! Looking forward to hearing how scrimmage goes,stay away injury bug!GBO
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VIDEO: Tyler Bray on spring practice and his improvement at QB
This post was edited by echapin on 4/6/2012 at 5:50 PM
Tyler Bray talks with reporters following the first scrimmage of spring camp Friday, April 6, 2012.
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