Olson injures foot again

The bad luck continues for former UCLA quarterback Ben Olson, who re-aggravated the foot injury that forced him to miss the 2008 season. He will not take part in tomorrow’s pro day at UCLA. I will have more on it in Tuesday’s paper.

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  • Steve

    Poor guy. Put him in a bubble already and be done with it.

  • Anonymous

    Ben has some bad luck. Maybe he should consider another line of work before he permanently inures himself.


    Wocka Wocka Wocka

  • TruBruin

    Hopefully this means that this is the last Ben Olson post on the blog…….it gives me Dorrell flashbacks

  • UB (Ultimate Bruin)

    LOL. At least in 2009, I won’t have to hear any fans say: (a) “Put in Olson;” (b) “Take out Olson;” (c) Why don’t we play Olson?;” (d) “Put in Forcier;” (e) Take out Forcier;” OR (f) Why don’t we play Forcier?”

    Now, we just have to hear:

    (a) “Put in Brehaut;” (b) “Take out Brehaut;” (c) Why don’t we play Brehaut?;” (d) “Put in Prince;” (e) Take out Prince;” (f) “Why don’t we play Prince?;” OR REPEAT FOR RASHAAN AND CRAFT . . . .

  • devildog_bruin

    Doesn’t surprise me. It’s unfortunate to say but he’s made of glass.

  • BruinChick

    Poor guy.

  • Never speak of this guy again!

  • pr

    UB is killing me. That is all I ever heard in Section 2 last season. I wish the best for Ben.

  • UB (Ultimate Bruin)

    Yes, PR, it was the same in tunnell 19. We had “Captain Horsesheeeet” sitting two rows behind us that chirped EVERY game about EVERY thing — all negative, of course. Every time Craft would throw a pick, the “Captain” would spew his garbage, which incited the “Put in Forcier” chants. Get ready for the Prince/Brehaut/Craft/Crissman/Osaar chants every time the QB gets picked or fumbles. It is inevitable.

  • Anonymous

    like seriously omg

  • Anonymous

    Have some class guys. Imagine how crushing it is for him, but he keeps fighting on. That’s something to admire. He’s still a Bruin and I wish him the best.

  • haskies

    damn pesky “mission” injuries