USC long-snapper Jake Olson has an inspiring story of courage and perseverance. After losing his eyesight to cancer as a child, Jake fought back, excelling in life and ultimately making the Trojans football team as a long-snapper. In USC's first game of the year against Western Michigan, Jake snapped the football for the first time in a live game.
Olson joined Chuck Powell and Jason Puckett on 950 KJR on Thursday to discuss his incredible story, being a fan of the Seattle Seahawks through a connection to Pete Carroll, and USC's big game on Friday night against the Washington State Cougars. Listen to the interview below plus watch his snap against Western Michigan earlier this year.