Jake Olson has been blind since he was 12.
He always dreamed of playing football for USC.
And in early September, his dream came true.
A teammate helped guide him on the field to snap the ball for the extra point. The official tapped him when the clock started.
Olson had cancer in his eyes and on the night before he underwent surgery that would make him blind forever, he watched a USC practice.
The team adopted him as a type of mascot but without his deep desire to “see” his dream come true and the help of those around him, the magic moment would have never arrived.
Never stop dreaming – ever.
Never believe that anything is impossible.
More damaging than even the loss of eyesight is the loss of the will to go on and achieve.
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