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The Florence Freedom (Northern Kentucky), a Frontier League baseball team, is holding its big Manti Te’o Girlfriend Bobblehead Night on Thursday. Given out will be empty boxes, and of course there’s an air guitar contest.
Because there are only 99 good-looking celebrities in the world today, the readers of Maxim magazine were able to find space on their highly regarded list ranking the relative attractiveness of women for Lennay Kekua. You know, that smokin’ hot figment of Ronaiah Tuiasosopo’s and Manti Te’o's collective imagination?
Manti Te’o finally gets chosen in the NFL Draft, as the San Diego Chargers take him in Round Two. Wait. Unless this was … Tuiasosopo!
A job interview is supposed to be a sanctuary devoid of discrimination, and therefore questions about sexual orientation, or any non-job related topic are out of bounds. Ha! And you thought a tiny thing like that would stop the NFL.
Just in case you were wondering how LeBron James would fare with the incoming NFL draft class at this week’s combine, he offered up his own insight for you, including a 40-time he ran as recently as last summer, which would put some notable non-imaginary draft prospects to shame. According to James, he ran the 40-yard dash time in a respectable 4.6 seconds.
With his official NFL Combine workout still days away, Manti Te’o faced the media Saturday to answer question about, what else, the whole Lennay Kekua imbroglio. Now that he’s faced the music on that, now the real question can be asked: can this kid play?
Manti Te’o gave an exclusive interview to USA Today regarding that non-football thing you might know him for, as well as the upcoming NFL Draft. As you might expect, he claims the scandal “won’t change him,” nor will it affect his draft stock. Highlights, after the jump.
So Ronaiah Tuiasosopo Apparently Was Doing Lennay Kekua’s Voice After All And Oh Come On What The Hell We Give Up With This Crap
So Ronaiah Tuiasosopo was doing Lennay Kekua’s voice. But wait – no he wasn’t. But wait – he kept saying he was, but wouldn’t prove it. Sounds like someone with something to hide, right? Well… wrong, apparently. But with this story, who’s to say whatever we think isn’t about to be turned upside down?