I have a few off his books. He likes the competition lifts followed by "special work" to develop max force/speed so there are no sticking points.
So Bench Press first, to "Practice Like You Play." 3 weeks of triples, deload. Three weeks of doubles deload. 3 weeks of singles, deload.
Followed by CAT(Compensatory Acceleration) Benches, which are similar to Westside speed work, to Practice maximum acceleration.
Or Bench Press, followed by "Dead Bench" from the pins, to develop maximum starting srength.
Then accesories to stay swole.
Vince Dizenzo logged about working with Bryant on EliteFts a couple years ago.
Chad Wesley Smith has some info in the article "How I Built My Best Bench Ever: The Dead Bench" on Juggernaut.
And "My Best Deadlift Cycle Ever. " Which is an awesome article for everyone, anyway. Halfway thru, Chad lays out a long deadlift program from Bryant.