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Bizzare Hoax

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Manti Te’o’s dead Girlfriend & his heartbreaking story is all a Hoax.

Not sure what to think because the story is still coming out.

What were they or what was he thinking??

Read it for yourself:

http://deadspin.com/5976517/manti-teos-dead-girlfriend-the-most-heartbreaking-and-inspirational-story-of-the-college-football-season-is-a-hoax

Warning it is a long read.

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I saw something about this on the tube today...

If Te'o did perpetrate the hoax, his draft stock just plummeted...

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I saw something about this on the tube today...

If Te'o did perpetrate the hoax, his draft stock just plummeted...

I've seen him in mocks anywhere between 1-15, I can't see this being something that would completely diminish his draft stock. The main issues that are always constant in players and if they fall is how they behave both on and off the field. Guys like Moss and Dez Bryant fell for legal reasons and because there were question marks on whether they were coachable team players, other guys have had off field issues that haven't really hurt there overall draft status like Peter Warrick. Odd story for sure, but I don't think it will do enough to discredit what he could potentially do for a team over the next best guy at that position.

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When is he going on Oprah?

:lol:

I think he has one more foot to put in his mouth first... :)

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The plot thickens... :lol:http://www.cnn.com/2013/01/31/us/manti-teo-hoax/index.html

Ronaiah Tuiasosopo, says he was behind the Manti Te'o girlfriend hoax and claims he was in love with Te'o, but the athlete knew nothing about the ruse...

Last week, Te'o told talk show host Katie Couric that Tuiasosopo had called him the day the story broke to confess. During the interview, Te'o said he doubted the voice he knew as Kekua was a man's voice.

Then 'Dr. Phil' McGraw got involved... :lol: McGraw said his show had contacted private contractors for the FBI and the Secret Service, giving them a voice mail message that Tuiasosopo said he had left for Te'o. "They looked at everything from voice intonation to tonal qualities" and concluded that "the chance that you are the person on that voice mail is like one in 10 million,".

This story just gets more bizzare as it goes along... :)

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