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Without Hansbrough, Mizzou ground-game a concern

Russell Hansbrough's absence from the majority of the season opener illustrated a few things. One, he's the most consistent and talented member of the running back corps by far. His value to Mizzou's offense cannot be overstated enough. Along with center Evan Boehm, he is the heartbeat of Gary Pinkel's offensive scheme. Secondly, the reserve running backs need to produce at a higher...
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27 days ago  |  Discuss

Mizzou lists C Boehm, RB Hansbrough as questionable for next game

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Missouri center Evan Boehm and running back Russell Hansbrough are questionable for Saturday night's game at Arkansas State. Boehm and Hansbrough are recovering from right leg injuries from the Tigers' season-opening victory against Southeast Missouri State. They have been wearing medical boots since being treated on the sideline. Hansbrough was hurt at the end of...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Center Evan Boehm leads Missouri's experienced line

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) Evan Boehm is not about to forget the first day of his final fall camp at Missouri. Minutes before the team took the field, the senior center was told he'd been elected one of four captains. It's a fitting honor for Boehm, who has started every game his first three seasons. ''When you see those four or five guys walk across the field to shake hands for the coin...
Via AP on Fox
August 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Watch: Here's Missouri offensive linemen pumping iron in Daisy Dukes

Friday means "dress down day" for Missouri senior center Evan Boehm and that policy followed him to the gym where he and other offensive linemen wore... Daisy Dukes during a workout.   "You have to have fun doing the job you love!" Boehm wrote. "Had a good time with the Boys today for dress down day!" Here's Boehm's spotter Connor McGovern, a senior guard, taking his turn at the...
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May 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Mizzou LB takes snap to groin, brother posts footage to Vine

The Missouri Tigers are still working out the kinks before their Aug. 30 opener vs. South Dakota. Just ask Evan Boehm, who learned that the hard way on Day 5 of fall practice. The unsuspecting offensive lineman fell victim to a rather painful snap miscue at Tigers practice, and lucky for those of us on the internet looking for a cheap laugh, his brother did his fraternal duty and...
Via Fox Sports
August 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Missouri Tigers Offensive Lineman Takes Football To the Nuts

This is easily the funniest nut shot I’ve ever seen. Missouri Tigers offensive lineman Evan Boehm was standing in a real bad spot during practice. One of the assistants even tried to get him to move before the snap so he could catch the ball, but it was too late. Utterly hysterical. [@TylerBoehm10] The post Missouri Tigers Offensive Lineman Takes Football To the Nuts appeared first...
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August 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Missouri’s Evan Boehm Unsuspectingly Nailed In The Crotch With A Football

Missouri junior offensive lineman Evan Boehm is not used to catching the ball behind center – he’s usually on the line, ready to block for the players behind him. Never was that more apparent than after watching him get hit in the crotch on a snap during Tigers practice. Check out this hilarious Vine, which was posted (we believe) by his brother, Tyler. For whatever reason...
Via College Spun
August 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Mizzou's Boehm named to Rimington Trophy watch list

It's not a small watch list -- 66 players are on it -- but among them is Evan Boehm. Missouri's junior center was named to the watch list for the 2014 Rimington Trophy, which honors the nation's top center. Boehm started all 14 games at center last season, anchoring a Mizzou offensive line that helped produce a rushing game that averaged 237.9 yards per game, ranking second in the...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
July 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Boehm assumes leadership role in middle of Mizzou O-line

Evan Boehm didn't know how his coach was going to react. Boehm started 12 games at left guard for the Missouri football team as a true freshman last season, but he wanted more. More responsibility. To be a leader on the Tigers' offensive line. So in a meeting with coach Gary Pinkel in the off-season, Boehm suggested a position change. "I said, 'Hey, Coach, if you give me the opportunity...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
November 20, 2013  |  Discuss

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