Jake Olson has been blind since age 12, and has been a fixture around the USC program for years. Today, Jake saw his first live game action for the Trojans when he entered the game as the long snapper on a late USC extra point attempt against Western Michigan.
Olson flawlessly executed the snap and the PAT was good.
There were a lot of highlights on the first college football Saturday, but this is the coolest thing that happened today. The only limitations are the ones you place on yourself.
This is anything but a regular PAT.
Jake Olson, blind since age 12, just snapped for the first time in a live game. https://t.co/amyHcFoVue
— Pac-12 Network (@Pac12Network) September 3, 2017