npv708 wrote:You know, on second thought, I feel kind of bad for Manti Te'o. I mean, not only did AJ McCarron beat Te'o/ND for the Nat'l Championship, but Te'o couldn't even get a real gf, while McCarron was dating Miss Alabama.
ESPN senior columnist Gene Wojciechowski went on SportsCenter tonight and explained what happened with his Te'o story, which aired in October. Wojciechowski says he couldn't find an obituary for Lennay Kekua. He also couldn't find any records about a car accident. Obvious red flags. So why didn't Wojciechowski push further? Because Te'o told him to back off.
shafnutz05 wrote:I find it utterly disgusting that the Notre Dame AD was "moved to tears" discussing this horrible situation, but the rape and subsequent suicide of Lizzy Seeburg or the death of Declan Sullivan due to Brian Kelly's gross negligence didn't do the same. Penn State is still fresh in our minds, but this university is just as dirty and football-worshipping as the rest of them.
Does this get investigated if the story is Manti is the heir of a Nigerian prince? Where is somebody saying "welcome to the internet bro"
It isn't fair to drag Reagan and Troy into this.. a lot of truths and myths need to be addressed here, and they will be at noon PST tomorrow
Dickie Dunn wrote:Eve without all of this nonsense, 2nd round is still too high for his talent level. He's a product of media hype. Middling talent that scores big points from the talking heads because of his passion and how motivating he is and blah blah blah and all of that is gone now. You'll be hard-pressed to find an NFL player that's going to take this guy and his schtick seriously.
Malkamaniac wrote:Good job ESPN when you originally reported this. The media is so stupid.
Alejandro Rojas wrote:Tony Kornheiser was laying the smackdown on Twitter last night to the "journalists" in the sports world.
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