When Tennessee was muddling along at 4-6 in mid-November last year, Vols quarterback Tyler Bray told reporters he should be judged by his won-lost record, not his stats.
“I’m paid to win football games,” he said.
Realizing he had just thrown a verbal interception, Bray backtracked.
“I mean … my education. That’s what the SEC likes to call ‘getting paid,’ ” he said.
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