Katie Couric joined the “Boomer & Carton” program one day after her much-anticipated interview with Manti Te’o aired Thursday.
While Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o thought he was talking with girlfriend “Lennay Kekua” for hours on end, he was actually on the phone with his male hoaxer, Ronaiah Tuiasosopo’s lawyer told the New York Daily News.
Pressed by Katie Couric to admit that he was in on the deception, Te’o said he believed that his girlfriend Lennay Kekua had died of cancer and didn’t lie about it until December.
The person cast as the mastermind of the hoax involving Notre Dame’s Manti Te’o may tell his side of the story, a family member said Sunday.
Notre Dame officials decided disclosing the information about the hoax before the BCS championship in Miami would not be in the best interest of the teams or the individuals involved.
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Was Manti Te’o a victim or was he somehow involved in the scam? Either way, it’s all bad. Funny, this stuff never happened with paper and a typewriter.
He still has questions to answer, with many wondering whether he was a victim or participant in the scam.
Talk about fantasy football. The Internet is ablaze Thursday morning with pictures of folks putting their arms around their invisible, non-existent girlfriend.
The hoax was disclosed hours after Deadspin.com posted a lengthy story, saying it could find no record that Te’o's girlfriend ever existed.
OK, now it’s really getting weird.
Deadspin floored the sports world Wednesday when it published a report alleging a “hoax” involving Notre Dame star Manti Te’o.
If I was a financial adviser, I’d tell my clients to buy stock in the Gophers.
Let me say this: I like Cuonzo Martin’s team in Tennessee. But they won’t make the NCAA Tournament.
Love ‘em or hate ‘em, it’s hard to turn away from Notre Dame and Alabama.