NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The more Vanderbilt defensive players discussed Vols quarterback Tyler Bray this week, the more one word kept being used.
“He’s a gunslinger, man,” linebacker Archibald Barnes said. “That’s the term for him. The guy can throw the ball.”
Tennessee’s defense has surrendered a boatload of points and backbreaking plays this season, but it’s the right arm of Bray and his many options that have the Commodores concerned entering their annual grudge match at 6 tonight (ESPN2) at Vanderbilt Stadium.
Vanderbilt (6-4, 4-3 SEC) has not beaten Tennessee (4-6, 0-6) in Nashville since 1982. If the 14-game home drought finally ends, so will the Vols’ hopes of reaching a bowl game.
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