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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Manti Te'O
Tom Telesco set the bar high during his first draft as general manager of the San Diego Chargers.
Chargers rookie linebacker Manti Te'o will sit out this week with a sprained right foot and miss San Diego's game at Chicago on Thursday.
On the way to the national championship game, everything seemed to go Notre Dame's way in 2012.
Manti Te'o and Geno Smith provided the sizzle previously missing from the NFL draft.
Manti Te'o walked into a crowded room of reporters Saturday, took a breath and settled in for 15 minutes of NFL scouting combine history.
The man who says he tricked Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o into falling for a fake woman he created online claims the hoax had "everything to do" with escaping from real life because he had been molested as a child.
Dr. Phil McGraw says Ronaiah Tuiasosopo, who masterminded the dead girlfriend hoax involving Manti Te'o, told him the Notre Dame linebacker was not involved in the scheme and that he ended up falling "deeply, romantically" in love with the football player.
Dr. Phil McGraw said on the "Today" show Wednesday morning that he believes Manti Te'o's hoaxster, Ronaiah Tuiasosopo, fell genuinely in love with the linebacker over a two-year span of lies and deception.
Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o didn't show any signs of being affected by the girlfriend hoax leading up to the BCS title game, but his play indicates it may have taken a toll, coach Brian Kelly said Tuesday.
Notre Dame football coach Brian Kelly says he didn't see any sign linebacker Manti Te'o was affected by the girlfriend hoax leading up to the BCS game, but says in hindsight it may have been a factor.
"Our defense is pretty much the same guys who were there last year," Te'o says. "We've been through that, been through what we had to go through last year. We've seen the mistakes we've made and we know the corrections to those mistakes."
"He can run and throw at the same time. You have to respect that," Te'o said