With losses by Kansas State and Oregon, Notre Dame expected to be No. 1
SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Out he came with a double-tap to his chest and a finger pointed to the sky. Then Manti Te'o ran onto the field one last time, spinning around with his arms open to a Notre Dame Stadium crowd madly waving green and white leis for him and him alone.
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As he approached midfield, the Irish linebacker ripped his helmet off before a bear hug from his father, who told his son he loved him, how proud of him he was. Everyone cried. And then Te'o was...
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