While some have made fun of Tennessee's starting quarterback for the, um, unique tattoo, Tennessee fans are embracing it and profiting off of it.
Prior to Saturday's game against Florida, these shirts will be sold outside of Neyland Stadium.
Gotta say, Bray's tattoo isn't nearly as bad as that of fellow SEC quarterback A.J. McCarron, and Alabama fans profited from that horrendous T-shirt. At least this one isn't a Photoshopped version of Bray's actual back.depicting Alabama coach Nick Saban as the devil surfaced. The shirt has a satanic pentagram with an elephant's head in place of a goat and the five points of the pentagram point to the number 14 (the number of Alabama's national titles), Bear Bryant's houndstooth hat, the insignia for Jack Daniels' "Old No. 7" whiskey, a dollar sign and a football.
We'll leave why those particular symbols were chosen up to interpretation.
We here at the Doc in no way endorse this T-shirt nor do we think Saban and Satan are the same person regardless of the similarity of the names. We're sure that's pure coincidence.
H/T to Saturday Down South for the photos
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