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It's simple mathematics, folks. Tyler Bray is greater than John Brantley, or TBray > JBrant.
Bray accrued some of the most impressive statistics for a freshman quarterback in 2010 for the Tennessee Volunteers since the great Peyton Manning.
He had four games with over 300 yards passing and six games with at least two touchdowns. His extremely skinny frame took a lot of hits, but he got up after every one of them, earning respect from fans and teammates alike.
John Brantley, on the other hand, failed to impress the Florida Gators. In his first year as the starter, he threw only nine touchdowns to 10 interceptions, tallied a quarterback rating at the bottom of the SEC, and spent a lot of the game chasing down fumbled snaps.
Unless Bray takes a huge step back while Brantley improves by leaps and bounds, Bray's ability is going to far exceed his Gator counterpart in the September sun in Gainesville.
Having the better signal caller is a huge indication of a victory.