May 24, 2006

Bruin QB situation looks good

The Bruins have lost some key playmakers on the offensive side of the ball and has already gone over the losses of Maurice Drew, Marcedes Lewis, Ed Blanton, Mike McCloskey, and Robert Clearly and now perhaps the toughest piece to replace will be quarterback Drew Olson.

While it is never easy to replace the production that D. Olson had his senior season. After all he had one of the finest seasons ever by a Bruin quarterback.

D. Olson hit on 242 passes out of 378 attempts. That computes to a 64 per cent completion ratio. He also threw for 34 touchdowns against only six interceptions.

In any man's league that is quite a season.

Thankfully for the Bruins they have an abundance of signal-caller talent waiting in the wings to take over.

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