KNOXVILLE — Tennessee’s coaching staff is using spring practice to put more of the playbook and more offensive responsibilities on quarterback Tyler Bray, meaning more is going through the rising sophomore’s head.
Sometimes, there’s too much thinking.
“[He’s] trying to be a better football player, thinking about the little things that I’m on his butt about all the time as opposed to just playing,” Volunteers offensive coordinator Jim Chaney said after Wednesday’s practice, the ninth of the spring. “There comes a time you’ve got to forget what I’ve told you and just go play, and I think he was trying to do too good sometimes. He’s doing fine now, he just needs to keep growing up as a player.”
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