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TIGER KICKOFF: Five questions for Missouri center Evan Boehm

Friday, October 25, 2013 | 6:00 a.m. CDT; updated 8:13 a.m. CDT, Saturday, October 26, 2013

COLUMBIA — Missouri sophomore center Evan Boehm has started every game of his career since he was a true freshman and is emerging as one of the anchors of the offensive line. 

He normally spends media day poking his head in on his teammates' interview sessions, trying to distract them from questions. This week, we caught up with Boehm to get his answers to some random questions.

How do you avoid distractions on game day?

I don't look at Twitter the day of a game. I don't look at Twitter the night before a game. After the game, I'll get on it. Those are not only my rules but team rules. You can't be focusing on stuff that's going on around the nation with different scores and stuff because you have a job to go set out and play.

Which player that you've played with in college has impacted your game the most?

Elvis (Fisher). Just his attitude. He's been through a lot and knows exactly what it takes and what he had to do to be where he was at. Learning life lessons from Elvis and hearing what he has to say, there's always something you can take away from it.

Which class do you look forward to most?

Lunch. No, I'm kidding. I would say my marketing class right now is pretty interesting.

What is your favorite movie? 

"Step Brothers." I'm a huge Will Ferrell fan.

Which SEC stadium, outside of Missouri, has been your favorite to play in so far?

I would say the Swamp in Florida or Tennessee. 


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