Found August 03, 2012 on Fox Sports Kansas City:
MANHATTAN, Kan. -- So it turns out Boston Stiverson, in addition to being built like a Humvee, can bust a wicked move. Who knew? "I mean, I think so," the big Kansas State lineman offered with a smile Friday during the Wildcats' football Media Day. "I don't know what everyone else thinks. As a big guy, I think I'm a good dancer." As a blocker, well... "Honestly, I don't feel any pressure," the 306-pound redshirt freshman allowed. "As a freshman, I can't play like a freshman. I've got to go out there and prepare for my opponent, come out to practice every day, work hard and not take any plays off. Right now, I don't feel any pressure." Quick feet, cool head. That works. The 6-foot-4 Stiverson is projected to start eventually, if not immediately, at one guard spot for K-State this fall; roommate and fellow redshirt freshman Cody Whitehair is expected to get a look at guard or right tackle. And this is where thing...
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