You've probably read the story by now.
More than 2.6 million people have read the story on Deadspin alone.
Manti Te'o's girlfriend, who reportedly died from a battle with leukemia in September, never existed. It was all a hoax.
Now the question is whether Te'o was in on the hoax or not. His statement says he wasn't. Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick backed up Te'o's statement during an odd press conference (watch below) Wednesday night.
So what's to believe? Here's a rundown of what some folks around the nation believe after an unbelievable Wednesday.
Michael Rosenberg has an opinion on the story. But he doesn't know what happened.
Dan Wolken answers several questions after Wednesday's bizarre turn of events.
So does Clay Travis, who reports ESPN had the story but was waiting on an interview with Te'o.
Jack Swarbrick believes Manti Te'o. Gregg Doyel wonders how.
Dan Wetzel looks back at the legend of Manti Te'o's girlfriend.
Jay Busbee looks at the top 10 sports hoaxes of all time.
AD Jack Swarbrick's press conference on Wednesday night.