What I Read Today: Manti Te'o Columns

Ezra Shaw

Here are some of the Te'o columns I read today that were good.

I have tried and tried to come up with a nightly post here at MCM. I have started a few things, but they all end up flaming out. I am not going to promise that this will be a nightly thing, but I am going to do my best to link some stories that aren't Titans specific each night for discussion. We will see how long it lasts.

Tonight, of course, it is all about Manti Te'o since that is all anybody is talking about today. Who knows what all actually went down here, but there is no doubt that Te'o needs to talk because it just looks worse for him the longer he waits.

Gregg Doyle talks about the most unbelievable part of the story- Notre Dame's faith in Te'o.

Clay Travis, who I will not link very often, actually has a good breakdown of the story.

Pat Forde says that Notre Dame's biggest mistake was waiting for Te'o to go public.

Pete Thamel recounts the tapes of his SI story about Te'o and his "girlfriend."

Awful Announcing has the transcript of Te'o offering details about his girlfriend's death at the Heisman ceremony. Keep in mind that is after he received the call, allegedly, where he learned she was actually still alive.

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