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On Tuesday, Tennessee QB Tyler Bray chose his words poorly when discussing the team’s most recent loss to Missouri. Bray told reporters according to USA TODAY...

“I’m paid to win football games,”
Naturally, every reporter in the room perked up and one asked Bray to clarify the statement. He quickly realized he had uttered a forbidden sentence and attempted to elaborate...

“I mean… my education,” he said. ” That’s what the SEC likes to call ‘getting paid.’”
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Chris Warner - 37 months ago
Tigerfan53 - 37 months ago
Lol $$$$$ paid
The Mick - 37 months ago
He sucks
thanksjhester - 37 months ago
I bet Dooley shat his orange pants.
Snakebucket - 37 months ago
U. of T. education. I'd ask for a raise
Woverw - 37 months ago
I thought it was a slip-up for admitting he was the coach.
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