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Preds Fan Who Threw Catfish On The Ice Charged With Possessing An Instrument Of A Crime, Disrupting A Meeting

The Penguins took a weird Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final last night, winning 5-3 despite going 37 consecutive minutes without recording a shot on goal. Also weird? A Predators fan threw a catfish on the ice, a strange tradition in Nashville that dates to 2003 but has gotten a ton of attention this season as the team…

Somebody Took Over Manti Te'o's Old Twitter Account And Is Reviving His Old Tweets—Including Those To Lennay Kekua

Just when we thought things on the Manti Te'o/Lennay Kekua front were over, they got weird again. Earlier this month, an unknown individual assumed control of Manti Te'o's deleted Twitter account, recreated its appearance, and started tweeting. The tweets weren't original, though; they were recycled from Te'o's own…

In ESPN Interview, Manti Te'o Admits To "Tailoring His Stories," Says He Wasn't Convinced Lennay Kekua Was Fake Until Wednesday [UPDATE]

Admitting that he deceived his parents and the press about the nature of his relationship with Lennay Kekua, but denying any involvement in the hoax, Manti Te'o spoke with ESPN's Jeremy Schaap Friday night for more than two hours in an off-camera interview. (Most of what little we know about the interview with Te'o…

ESPN Reports Ronaiah Tuiasosopo Confessed To Te'o Hoax In December. Was Te'o Involved? Evidence Varies

ESPN's Shelley Smith is reporting that Ronaiah Tuiasosopo, the apparent creator of the Lennay Kekua hoax, confessed to duping Manti Te'o, according to an interview with a friend of Tuiasosopo. "He told me Manti was not involved at all, he was the victim," the woman told Smith, in an audio recording broadcast on ESPN.

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