Ed Blaine
Ed Blaine


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One of the greatest offensive lineman in Missouri history, Blaine lettered as a Tiger in 1959-60-61. He received all-Big Eight and all-America honors in 1961, and was an honorable mention selection on the Missouri All-Century Team. A native of Farmington, Mo., Blaine played in the East-West Shrine Game, the Senior Bowl and the College All-Star Game, after his senior season, on the way to a career in the NFL with the Green Bay Packers (1962-63) and Philadelphia Eagles (1963-66). Now one of the nation's foremost pharmaceutical researchers, Blaine was the speaker in May 1991 at Mizzou's commencement exercises. He lives in St. Louis.