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Jake Olson, a blind former college football prolonged limp who played during USC, capitalized on Florida Atlantic manager Lane Kiffin’s meme directed toward a referees pursuit his game.
Kiffin was dissapoint with a officiating during Florida Atlantic’s detriment to Marshall on Saturday. He tweeted a design of blind referees and tagged a central Conference USA Twitter criticism in a process. Kiffin perceived a $5,000 excellent over a matter and Olson dismissed off a fun of his own.
FLORIDA ATLANTIC’S LANE KIFFIN FINED $5,000 OVER REFEREE MEME, LAMENTS LACK OF ‘FREEDOM TO TWEET’
“My male @Lane_Kiffin I’m for hire!! Although to be totally pure we have a talk with Larry Scott’s bureau on Monday… so hmu discerning if you’re interested!” he tweeted.
Larry Scott is a Pac-12 commissioner.
Kiffin responded to Olson’s tweet: “Love u Jake!! Hope ur doing well!!”
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Florida Atlantic was penalized 9 times for 90 yards in a 36-31 detriment to Marshall.
“I only mislaid $5,000 for a tweet,” Kiffin told ESPN on Sunday “We have leisure of speech, though we theory around here there’s no such thing as leisure to tweet. Maybe LeBron James will come out and criticism about it tomorrow.”
Olson was in a inhabitant spotlight during a 2017 deteriorate when he played for USC.
Olson mislaid his left eye to a singular form of retinal cancer when he was 10 months old, and he totally mislaid his eyesight in 2009 when he was 12. He has been around USC’s module given Pete Carroll was a conduct manager of a Trojans.
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He snapped for his high propagandize group in Orange County, Calif., walking to a line with his hands on his teammates before holding caring of his job. After enrolling during USC, he assimilated a Trojans in use in 2015 on a special scholarship, regularly delivering clever snaps in workouts.