KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- The biggest news coming out of Tennessee this week is the possible return of Tyler Bray for Saturday's final home game against Vanderbilt.
Coach Dooley said his playing status depends on how the young signal caller performs in practice this week. “He has been cleared to go ahead and start practicing, which is right on schedule with what we expected,” head coach Derek Dooley said Monday at UT’s weekly media luncheon. “I would probably list him if I had to say a word as questionable. I really won’t know until we start practicing to see how he can take a snap, how accurately he can throw it.
As of Monday Justin Worley was listed as the starting quarterback.
Bray suffered the injury in the fourth quarter of the Vols' 20-12 loss to Georgia on October 8th when his hand hit a defender's helmet.