Missouri junior center Evan Boehm (77), a Lee’s Summit West graduate, says he isn’t overly concerned about a federal judge’s ruling that could clear the way for payments to college football and basketball players in exchange for use of their names, images and likenesses. “We come out here and we play football,” Boehm says. “We really don’t worry about if we get money or not.”
Missouri junior center Evan Boehm (77), a Lee’s Summit West graduate, says he isn’t overly concerned about a federal judge’s ruling that could clear the way for payments to college football and basketball players in exchange for use of their names, images and likenesses. “We come out here and we play football,” Boehm says. “We really don’t worry about if we get money or not.” File photo by David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Missouri junior center Evan Boehm (77), a Lee’s Summit West graduate, says he isn’t overly concerned about a federal judge’s ruling that could clear the way for payments to college football and basketball players in exchange for use of their names, images and likenesses. “We come out here and we play football,” Boehm says. “We really don’t worry about if we get money or not.” File photo by David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
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Missouri’s Evan Boehm downplays significance of ruling against NCAA in Ed O’Bannon case

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