Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray may not know the specifics of the beer bottle play calls and beer bottle reads that were drawn up in the beer bottle playbook, but he (allegedly) just went out there and winged a beer bottle touchdown anyway, thanks to his smokin' beer bottle arm:
Allen went into her apartment Monday to eat lunch about 1:10 p.m., according to the incident report. When she left her apartment about 30 minutes later, she saw that the front windshield of her car had been smashed. She estimated the damages at more than $500.
She told police that she thought her car was damaged in retaliation for her calling the police on Bray and Grandinetti over the beer bottle incident "a couple nights ago."
As they say, talent trumps hard work every time. The worst news for the Vols: that car was actually starting at right tackle this year. It probably still will. So maybe that's the worst news. It's never easy to pick out the actual worst news for the Vols in any Vols story, but we'll keep trying to pinpoint it.
The good news: Bray hasn't been arrested, and it's merely an accusation so far.
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