Scouting report: Broncos fifth-round pick Connor McGovern

  Connor McGovern, Missouri (6-foot-4, 306 pounds) The Broncos made their fifth selection the draft, adding Missouri’s starting left tackle with the 144th pick. McGovern is a well thought of linemen in draft circles, he was my eighth-best interior offensive linemen in the class and the 115th-ranked player overall (that’s five for five in my top 115, really good value thus far...
Via BSN Denver
April 30, 2016

Denver Broncos select Missouri Guard Connor McGovern with 144th pick

  The Broncos added an offensive lineman in the 5th round selecting Missouri guard Connor McGovern with the 144th pick of the 2016 NFL draft. Listed at 6’4″ 306 pounds, McGovern started 12 games at left tackle for the Tigers and spent his red-shirt year at center as well so is versatile enough to play any offensive line position. “I think I’m a very athletic guy,” McGovern...
Via BSN Denver
April 30, 2016

Missouri could get bowl bid even if it loses finale

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) Before each season, Missouri coach Gary Pinkel sets a list of goals for his team that he calls pillars. Though it's been a down year, there's one still within reach. ''That's always a goal every year,'' senior offensive tackle Connor McGovern said. ''That's one of the pillars. It would be huge for us to make it to a bowl game.'' McGovern compared the bowl experience...
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November 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Mizzou family knows how to tailgate

Supporters of any SEC program certainly can tailgate with the best of them. At Missouri, a player's family takes it to another level.  The family of starting left tackle Connor McGovern tricked out this massive RV. Decked in black and gold, McGovern's No. 60 is neatly placed on the outside of the driver's door. The gigantic Tigers' logo is prominently displayed for all to see from...
Via FOX Sports
September 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Missouri OL McGovern breaks team weight-room record

Last summer, Missouri offensive lineman Connor McGovern partially tore a pectoral muscle while unsuccessfully attempting to set a school record with an absurd 515-pound bench press. Fortunately for the Tigers, McGovern recovered from his injury and started all 14 games for the second straight year, playing both right tackle and right guard. This year, McGovern is being shifted to...
Via FOX Sports
June 28, 2015  |  Discuss

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