Public surveys from Nielsen/E-Poll show that Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is currently the fourth most disliked athlete in America.
I’ll never understand how somebody can believe God finds a scoreboard pertinent or any outcome within any entertainment outlet.
It looks as if it was actually hoax mastermind Ronaiah Tuiasosopo acting as the voice of Lennay Kekua throughout the duration of his fake relationship with former Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o.
As Dr. Phil McGraw’s interview with the mastermind behind the Manti Te’o fake girlfriend hoax, Ronaiah Tuiasosopo, is set to air Thursday, the Associated Press obtained a sneak peek of the interview.
There appears to be a revelation that may answer the question everyone wants to know: Why did Tuiasosopo do this?
Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o didn’t show any signs of being affected by the girlfriend hoax leading up to the BCS title game, but his play indicates it may have taken a toll, coach Brian Kelly said Tuesday.
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Ever been duped?
Top administrators at Notre Dame decided within hours of hearing about the Manti Te’o dead girlfriend hoax that it did not involve a crime and within two days had concluded there was no NCAA violation, according to a letter sent by the university president to board of trustee members on Friday.
I very much believe Te’o has lied about much of this, and I feel it’s probable that within this whole odd trip we’re all on that the former Notre Dame linebacker is out for some personal gain from all this and that his sob story is not something to buy into fully.
Everyone else is doing it. Isn’t that right, Quality Inn?
One day after Roniah Tuiasosopo’s lawyer claimed his client was the voice behind Manti Te’o's fake girlfriend, a member of the Tuiasosopo family said that’s not true.
In his first television interview since it was learned his girlfriend who allegedly died of Leukemia in September never even existed, Manti Te’o said he didn’t know what to do when he was first informed that Lennay Kekua had not died.
In anticipation of Katie Couric’s interview with Te’o, her show released three voicemails left on Teo’s phone that were believed to be from Lennay Kekua – the girlfriend who never actually existed.
At least out on the football field, the hits stop when the whistle blows. But in the case of Manti Te’o, they just seem to keep piling up.
According to phone records obtained by ESPN, Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o and the person pretending to be his girlfriend, Lennay Kekua, spent hours on the phone over a four-month period.
Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o has told Katie Couric that he briefly lied about his online girlfriend after discovering she didn’t exist, while maintaining that he had no part in creating the hoax.
It’s tough when your fellow football players pick on you in the locker room, asking, “Why don’t we ever see ya with any girls, Aquarius? Huh? Are you afraid of them? Hey guys, look! Aquarius is afraid of girls! Aquarius is afraid of commitment! Look at Aquarius, refusing to settle down and move forward with his life! Let’s whip him with towels, then go watch Varsity Blues and Rudy before crying in the hot tub together!”
The same people who were kicking themselves just hours ago and apologizing publicly to readers, viewers and listeners for being suckered by an impossible fairy tale have apparently failed to learn any substantive lesson from their embarrassment.
Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o insisted he had no role in the bizarre hoax involving his “dead” girlfriend and told ESPN on Friday night that he was duped by a person who has since apologized to him.