Rob Boras '92 is St. Louis Rams' Tight Ends Coach

Rob Boras '92 is St. Louis Rams' Tight Ends Coach

April 10, 2012

Rob Boras 011aRob Boras, a 1992 graduate of DePauw University, has been hired by the new coach of the St. Louis Rams, Jeff Fisher, to serve as the tight ends coach for the NFL team.

Boras "spent the previous two seasons as the Jacksonville Jaguars’ tight ends coach. Held the same position with the Chicago Bears from 2004-09. A native of Glen Ellyn, Ill., Boras played center at DePauw University."

Read more at the website of St. Louis CBS affiliate KMOV-TV.

A political science major at DePauw, Rob Boras was a four-year starter at center for Nick Mourouzis on the Tiger football team. He began his coaching career at DePauw immediately following his graduation, spending two seasons as offensive line coach (1992-93). Boras then served as an assistant for four seasons at the University of Texas (1994-97); spent the 1998 season as head coach of NCAA Division III Benedictine University in Lisle, Ill.; and worked five seasons at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas, where he was head coach John Robinson's offensive coordinator for three years.

He's also the subject of this previous story and can be seen below in a video which aired during the 1991 Monon Bell Classic telecast.