“If he’s loose with the football, he’s coming out of the game and we’re going to play Justin (Worley, Bray's backup),” Dooley said. “I told him that.”
His Hairness was also quite blunt in criticizing Bray's postgame press conference no-show, saying Bray had to "man up."
“That’s unacceptable in our program,” Dooley said. “There’s no defense for that type of behavior.”
It's obvious that with both Dooley and Bray's jobs on the line in the eyes of Tennessee fans, His Hairness obviously knows which of the two is the most expendable.
(via The Knoxville News Sentinel)