By popular demand, I pulled this text and video from an earlier post to focus on the obvious douchbaggery of the University of Notre Dame.
I think the Academy Awards should consider a late entry into the Male Actor of the Year award after we watched the press conference performance yesterday by ND athletic director Jack "Trust Me" Swarbrick. Especially the part where he nearly cries (wait, give me a moment this is so touching) before he says the greatest tragedy in this incident is that Mr. Trusting, Manti Te'o, "won't be able to trust again." Oh, please! (watch full video below)
If you ever doubted that Notre Dame would put football above anything else--including the truth--you won't after watching this performance. Either this guy is a bigger fool than Te'o or he's putting on the greatest performance since Marlon Brando in a Streetcar Named Desire.
And I knew Brando sir. Marlon Brando was a friend of mine. You sir, are no Marlon Brando. (crowd bursts into shouts and applause)