Just heard a couple of the messages. It sounds like a girl. I've heard girls that sound more manly than that. But, Katie Couric's gotta be stupid in her questions.
Te'o: It sounded like a girl
Couric: Are you gay?
Because that makes sense.
That's absolutely nothing like how the interview went.
According to ABC, the voice can not be a man's according to the voice experts they took the tape to. NY Post reports it was that guys cousin. So many layers. So the lawyer for Tuiasosopo apparently lied about him being the voice.
There's so much conflicting information that I don't think we're going to get a resolution to this story any time soon. By then Te'o will be an NFL bust (because seriously, how are you supposed to focus on football when this is hanging over your head?) and he'll only come clean with everything because he wants a second shot at the NFL.
Fuck, keep it going. Even though he had a terrible national title game he's bound to be at least decent in the NFL. The longer this goes on, the further his draft stock will (hopefully) drop so my team can pick him up
He's fun to watch play, but damn Manziel looks like a grade-A douchebag.
Last edited by cubby; 2013-01-27 at 09:50 PM.
The less you know, the more you believe.
Science has promised us nothing and given us everything, faith has promised us everything and given us nothing.
Today's WTF moment is brought to you by Texas State Representative (and Texas A&M graduate) Ryan Guillen, who's introduced a bill into the state legislature demanding the Longhorn/Aggie rivalry game be renewed, or else.
Originally Posted by Texas H.B. No. 788
Yeah. 'Cause that's legal.
Is that a real rivalry game, or is it one of those fake ones brought on by just being in the same conference? Like, real rivalries would be Alabama/Auburn, Florida/Florida State, South Carolina/Clemson. Usually based on location. But I can't ever figure out which school is which's rivalry in Texas because there's a hundred major schools there.
So, despite A&M only beating UT five times during the Big XII era, and a fair amount of apathy from both fanbases about the rivalry game having ended -- now this state rep comes along threatening to remove scholarships and grants if the series isn't guaranteed to continue ASAP. That couldn't have anything at all to do with the fact that he knows A&M has a high probability of not being mediocre for the next three or four years. Nah, couldn't be.
I might just be weird, but to me this all makes for great comedy.