This year could prove to be a great one for Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray.
Bray managed to throw for almost 2,000 yards last season while adding 17 touchdowns and only six interceptions despite missing five games in the middle of the season and returning with a still-injured thumb for the final two.
He also finished the year with a passer rating of 144.8, even better than Heisman hopeful Landry Jones, who ended up with a 141.6 rating.
The one thing that could derail Tyler’s season is his off-the-field issues. Unfortunately for the junior quarterback, there is a good possibility that that could happen.
Up to this point in his young career, Bray has not shown good decision making ability away from the field, despite his performances with the football in his hand. This article will explain just why Tyler Bray’s behavioral issues are a cause for concern for Tennessee fans.