You’ll find “Ave Maria”, but not “Livin’ on a Prayer”.
Ronaiah Tuiasosopo, who carried on a nearly two-year hoax that fooled star Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o into thinking he had a girlfriend that didn’t exist, opened up to Dr. Phil McGraw in an interview set to air later …
NewsFeed breaks down Manti Te’o's interview with Katie Couric and what new things we learned about how the star Notre Dame linebacker became involved in a fake dead girlfriend hoax
Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o sat down with Katie Couric for an pre-taped interview that airs today. Here’s what we hope she’s asked him about the hoax that has taken the sports world by storm.
Here are Friday’s most significant developments in the saga of the star Notre Dame linebacker and his apparently fictitious girlfriend.
Getting “punk’d” is so 2003.
Notre Dame, sportswriters and the linebacker himself all deny that the former Heisman Trophy contender had anything to do with the hoax. But the sports world awoke on Thursday with urgent, towering questions
Until yesterday afternoon, Manti Te’o was known simply as star Notre Dame linebacker, Heisman Trophy runner-up and future first-round NFL draft pick. That all changed when Deadspin broke the news that Te’o’s supposed …
Last night, in a runaway game, the Crimson Tide bested the Fighting Irish 42-14. Fans both frustrated and elated took to Twitter to rant about the game — and the odd extreme focus on quarterback AJ McCarron’s girlfriend.
As if we needed a study to tell us this
The first Saturday of the college football season will certainly fire up the stadium lights—and more than a handful of television sets and barbecues—on Sept. 3. But plenty more than lights will start up this season.
Who’s the most talked-about basketball player of the week? UConn’s Kemba Walker, perhaps. Who really is basketball’s player of the week? Definitely Texas A&M’s Danielle Adams.