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Tarean Folston has been committed to Notre Dame for four weeks now but has been relentlessly pursued by the new Auburn staff. This four-star running back recruit will give his final answer on signing day between Notre Dame and Auburn. What's going down to Cocoa today with Folston and his recruitment?
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The man who says he tricked Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o into falling for a fake woman he had created online says the hoax had ''everything to do'' with escaping from real life because he had been molested as a child.
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As we only a few short days away from Super Bowl Sunday, the fine folks over at PETA decided to put together an advertisement to promote the eating of fake chicken during one of the biggest sports days in North America.
In keeping with topical humor, they decided to use a photo of former Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o in the below billboard:
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Notre Dame has lost twice in its last three games played inside the Purcell Pavilion. Tonight's guest Villanova rides a two-game winning streak over top five foes and is fully capable of dealing the Irish tell-tale defeat No. 3 in South Bend.
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