espn video, about the person admitting to the hoax
It's pretty clear that he was in fact duped. But then at some point he learned the truth, but kept the lie going out of fear of embarrassment because she had become a huge national story, and/or for more selfish reasons (publicity/sympathy/attention). It's not black or white, hoaxed or schemer. It's both. He was innocent for a while in this, but he also now has to share the blame.
Newark over fremont.
What's more realistic.
A. Your friend makes a fake twitter for a girl and starts a relationship with you.
B. You and your friend make up a fake story before a heisman run.
C. You and your gay lover make up a story to hide your homosexuality from the world and get mainstream sympathy while doing it.
Haha yeah I caught the sarcasm. I heard they finally rearranged their name from F.A.G
I wonder how much they are paying Tuiasosopo to wear this. No way Te'o was not involved.
He's mormon, why would he come up with something like this. His teammates even came out and said that he's a bit of a loner. That he would rather stay in his room and watch tv and talk on the phone than party of hang out. I have no doubt in my mind that he has nothing to do with this.
1) Jaelon Strong WR Arizona State
2) Jay Ajayi RB Boise State
3) Ali Mapet OG Hobart
4) Ladarius Gunter CB Miami
5) Tre McBride WR William & Mary
6) Mike Orakpo OLB Texas State
7) Wes Saxton TE South Alabama