Postgame Notes: Cincinnati 38, Houston 31
Kiel Creates Positive First Impression
Postgame Notes: Cincinnati 58, Toledo 34
Postgame Quotes: Cincinnati 58, Toledo 34
Bearcats junior wide receiver Alex Chisum returns after missing last season and checks-in with Bearcats TV following practice #2 of training camp.
The Bearcats travel to Raymond James Stadium to take on USF.
Cincinnati falls at Houston, 33-30.
The Bearcats traveled to Provo, Utah to take on the Cougars of BYU on Friday night.
Cincinnati opens the season with a dominating 52-10 win over Alabama A&M.
Football: Cincinnati 38, Houston 31
2014: Has 20 receptions for 203 yards and two TDs in 12 games played ... opened the year with three catches for 39 yards and a score against Toledo ... also had three receptions against Memphis and at Ohio State ... caught a pair of balls at SMU and at Tulane ... closed out the regular season with three catches for 40 yards and a 8-yard TD reception against Houston.
2011: Played in all 13 contests as a wide receiver ... averaged 15.9 yards per catch and 23.2 all purpose yards per game as a true freshman ... caught first collegiate pass for 25 yards against Austin Peay ... made one catch against Akron for eight yards ... had two grabs against NC State for 30 yards ... included a 22 yard pass ... made a season-high four catches against Louisville ... gained a total of 40 yards ... scored first career touchdown at USF ...earned career-long reception for 30 yards ... totaled season-high 73 yards off of three catches ... caught one pass for 14 yards at Pittsburgh ... recorded 13 yard long pass against West Virginia... made three catches for 57 yards, including 22 yard long pass at Rutgers ... caught an eight yard long pass at Syracuse ... scored one touchdown off of a 22 yard pass against Connecticut ... finished the season with a 12 yard reception against Vanderbilt.
High School: A three-star recruit from ESPN.com, Rivals.com, Scout.com, and 247Sports.com ... Rivals.com ranks Chisum as the No. 81 wideout overall and the No. 49 player in the State of Georgia ... ESPN.com ranks him as the No. 99 receiver in the country ... Scout.com ranks him as the No. 122 reciever overall ... helped lead the Patriots to a 15-0 season and a GHSA 4-AAA State Championship ... caught 69 passes for 1,426 yards and 11 touchdowns, breaking three of former Sandy Creek standout Calvin Johnson's school records ... was named the Georgia Coaches AAA State Offensive Player of the Year and a AAA First-Team All-State honoree ... earned a spot on the 2010 U.S. Air Force Medium Schools All-American Team ... named the 2010 Montlick & Associates Athlete of the Year ... team also won the 4-AAAA State Championship in 2009 and won three-straight Regiona Titles (2008-10) ... coached by Chip Walker.
Personal: Son of Patrice and Boston Chisum ... intends to major in business ... also recruited by Kentucky, Louisville, and Mississippi State.