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The Paterno Family Is Releasing Its Own Report On The Sandusky Scandal Soon, And Hopefully It’s Over After This
We are very sorry for bothering you with Joe Paterno news, but this is relatively important. The Paterno family wasn’t happy with the Freeh Report, so they’re releasing their own, longer report that sounds like it’s mainly a critique of the Freeh Report itself. But we’re pretty darn sure Joe Paterno was still negligent. What this all means, after the jump.
These things are usually wastes of time, but my goodness, Manti Te’o's interview with Katie Couric, auto-tuned, is an absolute gem. Catchy, to-the-point, and to the top of the charts. This is the greatest thing to come out of this story, no question. The song’s masterminds are the Gregory Brothers, or schmoyoho on YouTube. Shake these men’s hands, virtually.
One persistent but entirely unsubstantiated rumor running through the whole Manti Te’o fake dead girlfriend saga is that the hoax was concocted to cover up Te’o being gay. And despite the unsubstantiated nature of the rumor, Katie Couric still addressed it in her Te’o interview. And how it played out… wasn’t the best.
In just about a half-hour at 3:00 p.m. today, Katie Couric’s interview with Manti Te’o will air on her ABC show “Katie.” This will be the first time Te’o has been seen on camera since the fake dead girlfriend hoax story broke. But as a teaser to that interview, Couric’s website, KatieCouric.com, has released the audio of three voicemails left by Lennay Kekua on Te’o's phone.
We already knew that Manti Te’o lied to the public about his relationship with Lennay Kekua after she called him on December 6th, but in a teaser for his interview with Katie Couric, he fully admits to the deception.