OU senior wide receiver Quentin Chaney caught four passes for a career high 129 yards last year in the Fiesta Bowl. He caught his first touchdown of 2008 in the Sooners' season opener against Chattanooga. He was a four-year starter at Tulsa Washington before signing with OU. I didn't' really grow up an OU fan. And I wasn't an OSU fan even though I grew up in Tulsa. I grew up just watching football. I enjoyed watching any game, and I didn't really have a special favorite team. Meeting all different people every year is the best thing about playing here. You just meet new people and new coaches and players all the time. It's great. The most difficult thing about playing Division I football is losing. Anytime you lose it's a bad feeling. You want to keep the tradition going when you're here at OU. Unfortunately, sometimes you have you're losses, but you have to bounce back. My best off the field memory at OU is being around the guys, enjoying life. From my freshman year to now I've just grown up as a man and a lot of that is because of my real close friends. We usually just hang out, watch ESPN and play video games. The newest game that's out is the game we play all the time. We go to eat. My favorite place to go is BJ's. Every time I eat there I get something new. I started playing flag football in first grade and tackle in the fourth. I really can't say if it helped me or not. Sometimes if people start later their body develops more and they catch on better. But starting early lets you learn what's going on all the time on the field. I decided to play early, no one made me. My dad took me to the wrong boys and girls club when I started playing. But it worked out because some of the friends I met there I still am really close with today. I can't blame him for it. I still have a little small thing in my heart where I don't forgive him but it worked out for the best. I really appreciate him supporting me then.