Tag: Brook Bolles

Mules overcome slow start for sixth win on Homecoming

For 15 minutes, Homecoming looked like it might be a disaster for the UCM Mules. The University of Central Oklahoma took the opening kickoff, marched 61 yards on 10 plays and hit a 32-yard field goal to take a 3-0 lead. The Bronchos (2-4) forced and recovered a fumble on the ensuing kickoff and added… Read more »

Mules turn to run game, defense in rout of Ichabods

With the University of Central Missouri’s 55-27 win over Washburn Saturday at Walton Stadium/Kennedy Field, it would be easy to focus on the offensive explosion.  Yes, the Mules did rush for 314 yards and collect 441 total yards on 59 plays (7.5 yards per play). And yes, they did put up more than 48 points… Read more »

Bolles first to 500, Mules beat Griffons in overtime

The University of Central Missouri has been playing football since 1895. And in that time, no Mules quarterback had ever thrown for more than 500 yards.   That is, until Saturday in St. Joseph, Missouri, when senior Brook Bolles topped the mark against the Missouri Western Griffons. Bolles completed 19-of-36 passes for 506 yards and five… Read more »

Mules drop season finale to rival Bearcats

It was 12 seasons ago that the Mules football program last finished a season with a losing record. The 2018 season ends more than a decade of winning football in Warrensburg as the Mules fell to 5-6 in a  48-21 loss to rival Northwest Missouri State at home Saturday in the season finale. The Mules… Read more »

Mules QB tandem rolls over Riverhawks

In a total offensive effort, Central Missouri football defeated Northeastern State 62-10 for its first victory of the season. The Mules offense totaled 608 yards on offense while scoring on their first six drives of the game. Sophomore Kyle Bradley started for UCM at quarterback. The Mules were without All-American quarterback Brook Bolles who is… Read more »

Sports Updates

Mules host Riverhawks without starting QB No. 21 Central Missouri Mules football will play their first home game of the 2018 season against the Northeastern State Riverhawks. The Mules will be without All-American quarterback Brook Bolles who suffered an undisclosed injury in last week’s 20-16 loss to No. 5 Fort Hays State. Sophomore Kyle Bradley… Read more »

Mules drop season opener

Mules football fell in its season opener 20-16 to No. 5 Fort Hays State after leading by 10 points going into the fourth quarter. Additionally, the Mules lost quarterback Brook Bolles in the third quarter with an undisclosed arm injury. Central Missouri was the superior team on paper, out-gaining the Tigers by nearly 200 yards… Read more »

Mules begin season nationally ranked

Mules football returned to practice last week to prepare for its 2018 campaign in which they have already garnered national attention. The Mules enter the season ranked 18th in the American Football Coaches Association preseason top-25 rankings and were picked to finish third in the MIAA behind Northwest Missouri State and Fort Hays State in… Read more »

Two Mules earn All-American awards

Two Mules football players were recently named All-Americans by D2Football.com. Seth Hebert landed on the Second Team and Brook Bolles finished eighth in the Harlon Hill voting as the NCAA Division II Player of the Year, earning his first career All-American award as an Honorable Mention, according to a news release. Hebert was also named a First Team All-American… Read more »