Bozeman’s Joe Olson returns to football field at Badlands Bowl

Bozeman’s Joe Olson returns to football field at Badlands Bowl
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for sports with Scott Breen welcome back everybody its Montana versus North Dakota Saturday in mile city for your Knights of Columbus Badlands Bowl this series now 26 years running and 4-1 Montana all-star the game marks a long-awaited return to the football field our Alec boffin to shows us why Bozeman running back Joe Olson was on pace for a historic senior season before breaking both the radius and ulna in his left arm he was on pace for 2000 the three-month recovery period kept Olson from upper body workouts until December so we had to work hard both mentally and physically to make up for lost time definitely very frustrating at first just on it being able to have like my usual strength and getting all my like I lost a ton of weight so I had to gain a bunch of weight back and then just get my strength back it’s definitely really frustrating at first but satisfying once I got to the point where I needed to be Olson has only been doing football workouts for about a month and hasn’t faced any live action since breaking his arm at the end of September this weekend’s badlands Bowl will be his first live reps and he’s ready to showcase his talents that landed him a spot at Montana State yeah I’m super excited super fun to be with all the schools from everywhere and all the Montana guys and Laurel one team now so it’s super fun the Badlands Bowl record for rushing yards in a game is 184 set last year by Huntley project standout and Montana State recruit Layne Sumner Olson will have his eyes on his future teammates record this weekend and mile city a Lacroix fender MTN sports

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