OU receiver Quentin Chaney makes impact, good and bad

By Jake Trotter Modified: November 1, 2008 at 11:20 pm •  Published: November 1, 2008
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photo - Quentin  Chaney scores on a pass during the first half of the college football game between the University of Oklahoma Sooners (OU) and the University of Nebraska Huskers (NU) at the Gaylord Family Memorial Stadium, on Saturday, Nov. 1, 2008, in Norman, Okla. BY STEVE SISNEY, THE OKLAHOMAN
Quentin Chaney scores on a pass during the first half of the college football game between the University of Oklahoma Sooners (OU) and the University of Nebraska Huskers (NU) at the Gaylord Family Memorial Stadium, on Saturday, Nov. 1, 2008, in Norman, Okla. BY STEVE SISNEY, THE OKLAHOMAN
No one had a more active start to the game than wide receiver Quentin Chaney. Good and bad.

On the opening kickoff, Chaney's personal foul negated some of a 62-yard return by DeMarco Murray.

Then after catching a 7-yard pass to begin OU's next possession, Chaney was flagged for holding, which erased a first-down catch by Juaquin Iglesias.

But on the next play, Chaney raced down the middle of the field past the Nebraska secondary and reeled in a 48-yard touchdown reception that put OU up 21-0.

Chaney continues to thrive since being inserted into the starting lineup three games ago in place of an injured Manny Johnson.

Against Kansas, Kansas State and Nebraska, Chaney has a combined 13 receptions for 288 yards and a touchdown.

“He's really coming on, playing better, making an impact,” coach Bob Stoops said. “He's been exciting to watch.”



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