That Must Be One Heck of a Falsetto

This story gets weirder and weirder every day. And how do we know this is over? We don't.

I do know this--whoever gives Manti Te'o a professional sports contract is just asking for trouble. Are you really going to pay this young man, potentially, a few million dollars to play for your franchise? What happens when he falls for a scam or ends up broke, holding a bag of magic beans or the reins of a unicorn? What happens when it becomes apparent that he is incapable of functioning in polite society without being fleeced or confused by simple con men and grifters?

Manti Te'o shouldn't be left unsupervised, let alone given millions of dollars to throw away.