The Manti Te’o Interview with Kate Sullivan

University of Notre Dame senior linebacker Manti Te’o sits down for a conversation with Chicago television news anchor Kate Sullivan (ND ’98). This video was originally produced and distributed on Nov 12, 2012. In January 2013 Manti Te’o told ESPN he had been the victim of a hoax regarding the existence of Lennay Kekua.

18 thoughts on “The Manti Te’o Interview with Kate Sullivan

  1. Russell Williams

    I’m an Alabama fan, but I think Notre Dame will win the BCS Championship. It’s their year, they’ve built so much? momentum.

  2. TK5886

    No? matter what happens at the NC game, Manti has the heart of a champion. He is the embodiment of the Aloha Spirit!

  3. Kaimana kalahiki

    One of kind person from a One of a kind? place

  4. braddahjerry

    Awesome guy – he doesn’t take credit for? himself, he gives credits to others that matters to him

  5. TheDrastic537

    Wow, that kids? is something else!!!!! ONE OF A KIND!!!!!

  6. primetome5000

    you cant? coach a dummy hes a by far a special person and brings personality and heart to the what believes one of kind …number one kid

  7. 1NeoCat96

    Such an inspiration and? man of faith! Manti Te’o knows the meaning of life!

  8. edelledonne

    Awesome guy, his understanding of leadership is dead on, everyone should listen and discern his? leadership ability and maturity, GO IRISH

  9. Douglas Mcmillan


    Thank you for being one of the best role models that a father could ever ask for their kids to follow. I have a 4 year old daughter that would sit and watch Notre Dame football with me every Saturday .. And when you walked out on the field and would Salute.. She would salute back.. She would go looking for you on our walks on the campus looking for you … God? Bless you in all you do after College.

  10. ukulelevis

    The Islanders from around the world are watching Notre Dame because of you Manti and we are all learning humility, perseverance, loyalty and just being? a great warrior for our youths to follow, even from here in Germany.

  11. nighthawk08jr

    out of all the nd players i have missed when they leave notre dame, Manti Teo? is the one i will miss most of all.

  12. tommynacc

    I’m 53-years old and I can’t help to think how much more mature this young? man is, as well as see the bright future and life he is going to have. Manti, Thanks for the great memories!

  13. randomhero62190

    Just an awesome football? player, but an even more awesome person. An inspiration in my life.

  14. KYIRISH1

    Wow! What a? humble man. His family background and upbringing are a rarity anymore. Thanks for the memories, Manti, and best of everything in the next phase of your life and career. God bless.

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