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Name: Chance Nolan 
College: Oregon State     Number: 10
Height: 6-2   Weight: 203
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSo/2024

40 Low: 4.75
   40 Time: 4.85
  40 High: 4.94
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Weight: 203

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC

 Chance Nolan, Oregon State, Player News


  Chance Nolan passed for 257 yards and two touchdowns, and ran for a score, leading Oregon State to a 35-14 win over Stanford on Saturday. The victory makes Oregon State (6-4, 4-3 Pac-12) bowl eligible for the first time since 2013, and snapped an 11-game losing streak against the Cardinal. "It's been a long time coming, man," Oregon State senior linebacker Andrzej Hughes-Murray said of becoming bowl eligible. "I'm happy for my guys and happy for coach (Jonathan) Smith. And happy for myself, too." Smith, who was hired in 2018 to coach at his alma mater, inherited a team that was coming off a 1-11 season. "There's no question this is big," said Smith, who was the starting quarterback during Oregon State's 2000 Fiesta Bowl season. "(Win) number six is big. I'm not going to dance around that. We've got a couple more games that can mean a whole lot." Nolan completed 19 of 25 passes, including a 67-yard touchdown to Trevon Bradford that increased the lead to 21-0 early in the third quarter.

Injuries have taken a toll on Stanford (3-7, 2-6), which has lost five games in a row for the first time under coach David Shaw. Freshman Ari Patu struggled to get the Cardinal's passing game going in his first career start, completing 7 of 14 for 51 yards with a touchdown and interception before leaving midway through the third quarter with an undisclosed injury. Stanford used three quarterbacks in the game. "Better fight from our guys this week," said Shaw, whose team was coming off a 52-7 loss to Utah. "We're not just looking for better, we're trying to win." Oregon State's defense made strides after giving up a total of 76 points in its previous two games, losses at California and Colorado. - Oregon State/AP College Football


(DS#32 QB) rSo/2024 QB Chance NolanOregon State
News Source: Oregon State/AP College Football
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  Chance Nolan threw four touchdown passes and Oregon State beat Southern California 45-27 on Saturday night. Tyjon Lindsey had five receptions for 102 yards and two touchdowns, B.J. Baylor ran for 158 yards and the Beavers (3-1, 1-0 Pac-12) ended a 24-game losing streak - dating to 1960 - at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. It was their fourth win in 49 road games (4-42-3) in the series. "I just love the feeling of getting a big team win. It doesn't matter what I did, it matters what we all did, and I was just a small part of it," Lindsey said. "The praise goes to the team. It's a team effort, and I love the way we handled business here. It looked like a complete team to me." Kedon Slovis threw for 355 yards with one touchdown and three interceptions as the Trojans (2-2, 1-2) lost their second straight home game as double-digit favorites.

It was the first home game for interim coach Donte Williams, who replaced Clay Helton two days after a 42-28 loss to Stanford on Sept. 11. "Well, tonight just wasn't our night," Williams said. "Oregon State, tonight they outcoached us, they outplayed us, and it will all get fixed. I promise you that." Oregon State used a dominant run game and Nolan's precise passing to methodically wear down USC, scoring touchdowns on five straight drives starting in the second quarter. That included consecutive 92-yard marches, the latter capped by Tre'Shaun Harrison's 36-yard scoring grab with 44 seconds left in the first half that put the Beavers up for good. Nolan was 15-of-19 passing for 213 yards, though he did throw his first two interceptions of the season, and added 57 yards rushing. - Oregon State/AP College Football


(DS#32 QB) rSo/2024 QB Chance NolanOregon State
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  Oregon State took care of business Saturday against FCS opponent Idaho, dominating from the outset in a 42-0 victory. Chance Nolan passed for three touchdowns and B.J. Baylor ran for two scores as the Beavers (2-1) amassed 438 total yards and were stout defensively. Oregon State led 28-0 at halftime and was not challenged by the Vandals (1-2), who have lost 17 of the past 18 matchups against the Beavers dating back to 1953. It was Oregon State's first shutout since a 3-0 victory over Pittsburgh in the 2008 Sun Bowl.

Idaho was limited to 192 total yards and didn't get inside the Beavers' 20-yard line until late in the third quarter after an interception of OSU backup quarterback Sam Noyer. Wide receiver Tyjon Lindsey, who missed last week's game against Hawaii with an ankle injury, got the Beavers on the board midway through the first quarter with an 18-yard touchdown catch. Baylor's 4-yard TD run increased the lead to 14-0 late in the first quarter. Deshaun Fenwick's 9-yard scamper gave the Beavers a 21-0 advantage at 11:05 of the second quarter. Nolan's 2-yard touchdown pass to tight end Teagan Quitoriano late in the first half gave Oregon State a 28-0 lead at the break. It was more of the same in the second half. - Oregon State/AP College Football


(DS#32 QB) rSo/2024 QB Chance NolanOregon State
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  Chance Nolan passed for 302 yards and two touchdowns, and B.J. Baylor ran for a career-high 171 yards and three scores to lead Oregon State to a 45-27 victory over Hawaii on Saturday night. Nolan replaced starter Sam Noyer late in the third quarter of the Beavers' season-opening loss at Purdue last week and provided a spark. Coach Jonathan Smith opted to stay with the hot hand against Hawaii (1-2, 0-0 Mountain West). Good decision.

Nolan completed his first 13 passes as the Beavers (1-1) took a 24-7 halftime lead at the break. He finished 21 of 29 and also ran for 38 yards. "I did think he was sharp," Smith said. "We're going with stuff he's really comfortable with and it showed up. He came out really effective." Nolan, who started the last three games last season after an injury to Tristan Gebbia, learned Thursday that he would be in the starting lineup. If Saturday's performance was indicative, he could become a fixture as OSU's starting signal caller. "In our position you've got to prepare like you're gonna go in no matter what," Nolan said. "You never know what's gonna happen." - Oregon State/AP College Football


(DS#32 QB) rSo/2024 QB Chance NolanOregon State
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  During his debut season with the Oregon State football program, Chance Nolan flashed dazzling athleticism and looked like he could be the Beavers' long-term answer at quarterback. But he also faced the ups and downs that most young signal callers do in the Pac-12, and struggled at times with the speed and physicality of the game. So in the three-and-a-half months since Oregon State's 2020 season finale, Nolan has worked to adapt his game from both a physical and mechanical standpoint. With one day of spring practice in the books, he and Oregon State's coaching staff are happy with the early return. "I thought he did a pretty good job in the weight room," offensive coordinator Brian Lindgren said. "Our strength guys really had the last three months with him, and he added a little bit of weight and strength. He had a little bit more zip on the ball today. In terms of durability, I think this will help him moving forward this season."

Nolan will enter the spring with a leg up in the starting quarterback competition, as last year's Week 1 starter, Tristan Gebbia, is still sidelined with a knee injury. With Gebbia out, that leaves Nolan, freshman Ben Gulbranson and incoming freshman Sam Vidlak as the only three active quarterbacks at the moment. All three had nice moments during the 7-on-7 portions of Tuesday's practice, and Lindgren pointed out that the lack of current depth under center could be a blessing in disguise. - Gazette Times


(DS#32 QB) rSo/2024 QB Chance NolanOregon State
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