Tennessee Volunteers quarterback Tyler Bray (8) looks to pass the ball against the Georgia State Panthers during the third quarter at Neyland Stadium. Credit: Jim Brown-US PRESSWIRE
Tyler Bray threw for 310 yards in less than three quarters of work as the Tennessee Vols beat Georgia State, 51-13.
Bray directed the Vols downfield on their first possession. Rajion Neal scored to give Tennessee a lead it would never lose.
Bray moved into seventh place on Tennessee's all-time passing list and tossed four touchdown passes. Three of those scoring strikes went to Justin Hunter, who had not scored in almost a year since injuring his knee against Florida a year ago.
The Vols offense turned quick-strike after the opening drive, needing less than a minute on two of its next three scoring possessions.
The win makes the Vols 2-0 heading into their SEC opener against Florida next Saturday at Neyland Stadium. The Gators are also 2-0.