Bray hurls Vols to 45-23 win

photo The Tennessee defense sacks Cincinnati quarterback Zach Collaros on a 4th and 1 play in the first half.

KNOXVILLE -- As coach Derek Dooley said, it's not rocket science.

In fact, Tennessee's passing game made it look like the complete opposite Saturday afternoon.

Sophomore quarterback Tyler Bray threw for 405 yards and accounted for five total touchdowns, and the Volunteers had two 100-yard receivers for the second consecutive game for the first time in school history in a surprisingly easy 45-23 win over Cincinnati in front of 94,207 at Neyland Stadium.

Sophomore receivers Da'Rick Rogers (10 catches for 100 yards and two touchdowns) and Justin Hunter (10 catches for 156 yards and a TD) became the first teammates with 10 catches in the same game in school history.