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I don't even know how to respond to that.
Our quarterback does front flips, suck it.
Wait a second...so because these grieving families have "moved on with their lives," the truth doesn't deserve to come out? I guess if people have "moved on," there doesn't need to be any punishment for people who are possibly at fault? You're a real treat.
Would you have said the same if Sandusky's victims had "moved on with their lives"? Cowpies don't stink as bad as this crap.
Te'o is their penalty.
The thing is, this was investigated by law enforcement. No charges were pressed. No fault was placed on anyone. The school paid a fine in the Sullivan case. If there are more charges pending, please let me know. You seem to know these things so well. If there is nothing else going on, then there shall be no penalties. And what "truth" are you looking for? What hasn't come out that you are so anxiously waiting for? You are the treat. Keep trying to place blame on more people until you are satisfied. Unfortunately, your opinion doesn't matter.
Please, fill us all in on your "truth"
3 time POTW
Never said investigated by the NCAA. Reading is learned, comprehension is a skill.
Is he real?
Yeah, it's really crazy how investigations into these kinds of matters are hard to complete....when the alleged victim is dead. And only the alleged perpetrator is alive who was there.
Nothing ND has said makes any sense whether it's T'eo or Seeberg or any of the other multiple women who have been raped and told not to mess with ND football. Whether or not the Seeberg rape story is true, you'd think it would bother people that nobody at ND cares whether or not women are raped as long as "nobody messes with ND football."
Who have I placed blame on? And the truth I'd like to see is the truth that makes logical sense in all of these stories.
So you seemed to avoid my question. Based on your logic, if Sandusky's victims had "moved on with their lives," then that means nothing needs to happen, right? No need to investigate further, arrest anyone, etc.? Everyone else can just move on as well, nothing to see.
Oh, gee, I'm sorry. "Investigated to the NCAA's approval, evidently." Yes, because we all know the NCAA's approval means so much.
Because ND is the only place where rape seems to happen. Doesn't happen anywhere else. Just news because it's ND
Clearly Sandusky's victims had not moved on. If they had, he would still be coaching kids. If the 1 asst didn't come forward, he would still be out there. Thankfully, this coach (forgot his name) did say something. What I am trying to say is that the Sullivan amd Seeberg families are not pursuing anything else, legally or otherwise. One of the families, I believe the Sullivans, still go to ND games and were at the BCSCG. I never read anything about the families and their disdain for ND, or wanting more investigations. Only see it from fans of other schools.
You're right, I guess if rape happens elsewhere, then it's OK at Notre Dame, too!
I never said his victims had moved on. I said IF... his victims had moved on. What was that you said about reading comprehension, again? It's this thing called a hypothetical situation that is meant to point out why someone's attempt at logic is poorly executed.
Well, I guess if you haven't read an article on it, there must be nothing to it!
Penalties for Te'o being naive? Today's headlines on this hoax from the Cali kids should ease all concern of potential penalties for those that were concerned enough about them. I'm guessing OSU, PSU, USC, and Miami fans were the ones really concerned.
Mocking cancer? The only good that came out if this will be the money donated on behalf on ND fans and alums for cancer charities.
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