Bruins quarterback has team off to 4-0 start.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Drew Olson finally wised up. "I don't think so much when I'm out there anymore," the UCLA quarterback said. "I just play the game and enjoy it." There certainly seems to be something different this year about Olson, who has started most of the Bruins' games since midway through his freshman year in 2002. The 6-foot-3, 210-pound senior's improved play has keyed the Bruins' 4-0 start after they went 6-6 last year and 6-7 in 2003. He has completed 85-of-122 for 1,049 yards, with eight touchdowns and two interceptions this fall. His first three years, he threw 26 interceptions and 33 touchdown passes. Perhaps even more important this season, he seems to have grown into his role as a team leader.
"When Drew Olson talks, we listen," tight end Marcedes Lewis said. Olson's performance in the Bruins' come-from-behind win over