The Knoxville News-Sentinel reports that Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray and his roommate are accused of allegedly throwing beer bottles off an apartment complex balcony at parked cars.
Kirstie Allen, who resides at the apartment complex, said she called E-911 when she observed two people throwing beer bottles off the balcony. She said she recognized them as the 20-year-old Bray and Michael Grandinetti, a 26-year-old University of Tennessee graduate who formerly worked in the video department of the UT football office.
Allen called police on Monday to report that her car had been vandalized.
As of this afternoon, no charges had been filed.
Bray, a6-foot-6, 215-pound junior from California, has been the UT starter for most of the past two seasons, though he missed time last year with an injury. He threw for 1,983 yards and 17 touchdowns, compared to six interceptions, last season. He completed just 15 of 38 passes for 215 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions in UT’s 10-7 loss at Kentucky last November.
At last week’s SEC Football Media Days, UT coach Derrick Dooley called Bray “the face of our offense.”
Update on Bray. No charges filed. Will make restitution. Golf balls and beer bottles used. #vols
— Phil Kaplan (@philkaplan) July 25, 2012