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ESPN to Cover Paul Donahoe and Gay Porn College Wrestling Scandal

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In a segment to air on June 14th at 9 am, ESPN's 'Behind the Lines' interviews Paul Donahoe and Kenny Jordan, the Nebraska wrestlers that were dismissed for participating in porn videos on the Fratmen.TV website. Donahoe left Nebraska to go to Edinboro University and is again ranked #1 in his weight nationally. Jordan now attends Purdue University.

Say Jordan: "We didn't kill anybody. We didn't put anybody in a hospital. We're not selling drugs. We're not bad kids, you know. We did some porn. Get over it...I didn't threaten anyone's life. I'm puttin' smiles on people's faces."

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  1. Poor guys. I'm sure they'll be fine eventually but what an unpleasant thing to go through.

    Posted by: Yul Brynner | Jun 9, 2009 11:52:46 AM


  2. I'm sure they'll be fine eventually, but*

    My distress evidently led me to commit a grammatical faux pas.

    Posted by: Yul Brynner | Jun 9, 2009 11:57:16 AM


  3. These guys are lightyears more mature than the dumbfucks who kicked them out.

    Posted by: Wes | Jun 9, 2009 12:00:59 PM


  4. Times are changing. These are beautiful, strong young men who are confident in expressing their sexuality. You go guys!

    Posted by: Jim | Jun 9, 2009 12:10:20 PM


  5. Brains and Brawn. YUM!!!
    So fucking sexy!

    Posted by: SFshawn | Jun 9, 2009 12:15:35 PM


  6. Aren't there NCAA rules against college athletes doing paid work while they play for their schools? Also, it looks like this was the straw that broke the camel's back.

    "Jordan and Donahoe have had a series of run-ins with the law in Lincoln. Jordan has paid fines for possessing or consuming alcohol as a minor, trespassing and assault, and Donahoe for maintaining a disorderly house and having an open alcohol container."

    http://sports.espn.go.com/ncaa/news/story?id=3532146

    Anyway, I am not ready to make them heroes or martyrs no matter how cute some might find them.

    Posted by: Lar | Jun 9, 2009 12:18:22 PM


  7. Right, Lar, because every other college kid is not guilty of being alcohol-consuming, porn-producing and consuming heathens.

    I swear, I never knew gay men were such prudes.

    Posted by: Tread | Jun 9, 2009 12:25:32 PM


  8. "I didn't threaten anyone's life. I'm puttin' smiles on people's faces."

    Yes, yes you are! Haha

    Posted by: onolennon8 | Jun 9, 2009 12:28:12 PM


  9. NCAA rules don't say they can't do "paid work." They can't use their status as athletes for monetary gain. I believe they were both featured on Fratmen.tv as "wrestlers," but they're weren't wearing their uniforms, their schools weren't identified and they did not use their real names. Obviously, two very good schools were happy to take them.

    Just wish they'd done a scene TOGETHER.

    Posted by: Todd | Jun 9, 2009 12:28:51 PM


  10. "I didn't threaten anyone's life. I'm puttin' smiles on people's faces."

    Amen, brother!

    Posted by: ichabod | Jun 9, 2009 12:30:27 PM


  11. For those wishing to Tivo this I believe the show is called "Outside the Lines" and not "Behind the Lines".

    Posted by: Trasker | Jun 9, 2009 12:36:43 PM


  12. The whole NCAA rules issue was a red herring. These guys are typical college kids. How many people berating them for drinking were totally dry in college? Yeah, thought so.

    The school was embarrassed, came up with a half-assed legal theory and the kids transferred to avoid years of drama. Now one is right back at the top of his weight class in the nation.

    At least both opf them get satisfaction that they're in good schools and pursuing their wrestling careers without the nonsense.

    Posted by: DR | Jun 9, 2009 12:42:41 PM


  13. Thanks, Trasker, for correcting the title of the show. I wondered why I couldn't find "Behind The Lines" in my DVR listings. It's because the show is called "Outside The Lines." 9 a.m. Eastern time Sunday morning.

    Posted by: J. J. | Jun 9, 2009 12:46:00 PM


  14. Doing Internet porn is not exactly epitaph worthy, nor is this really a civil rights issue, but they do make some good points. The argument they are missing is an important one, though, in that athletes are generally lauded and given special privileges in society, and thereby are expected to behave in accordance with higher standards, or more accurately, behave according to the dictates of those granting the special privileges. Or more bluntly, don't piss off your coach!

    Posted by: anon | Jun 9, 2009 12:49:09 PM


  15. Two corrections:

    - who receives "internet messages". either they're email messages or chat messages.

    - fratmen tv is not necessarily frequented by gay men. it's also frequented by straight men often too. and women.

    Posted by: Jay | Jun 9, 2009 12:57:06 PM


  16. Guys, keep your erect cocks in your pants and don't expect the general population to treat your dalliance with porn like just another choice.

    I loves the porn, but we shouldn't try to make it socially acceptable. No guidance counselor offers it as a possible career checkbox, nor should they.

    This is all completely ludicrous.

    Posted by: Dan | Jun 9, 2009 12:59:05 PM


  17. Actually, ANON, it is a civil rights issue: the right to do what we want with our own bodies.

    And good on the guys for being steadfast and articulate in the face of ignorance, bigotry, and prudery.

    Posted by: David R. | Jun 9, 2009 1:01:50 PM


  18. I don't feel bad for them in the least. I played NCAA sports and had anyone on my team pulled that I would have helped crucify them myself. Clearly, neither one of them gave a sh*t about their teammates or how any of this would reflect on their teams or their schools.

    Posted by: David | Jun 9, 2009 1:16:28 PM


  19. These two paid the price for their alleged "infractions" and bounced back strong. I appreciate their openness and their refusal to put on a fake coat of shame for their actions.
    Gay sexuality frightens so many straight men, obviously not a brave statement, but these two aren't cowering and pretending that being the object of gay mens' desire somehow makes them freaks or outcasts.

    Their interviews made me smile more than their videos. Although, I gotta say, Donahue??? You can take me to the mat any day of the week.

    Posted by: Marco | Jun 9, 2009 1:21:46 PM


  20. Fratmen must be loving this.

    Posted by: DD | Jun 9, 2009 1:24:39 PM


  21. Andy, did you see this?
    http://www.justusboys.com/forum/showthread.php?t=262543

    The owner of Fratmen posted at this site earlier last month that Paul "Nash" was going to make a return to Fratmen. The show was scheduled and people joined, then bam, nothing.

    I think it was a total bait and switch. He got people to join and then never had the show. Read the thread.

    Posted by: Mike | Jun 9, 2009 1:31:59 PM


  22. I don't understand what the big deal is? Two fit college students decided to do some porn.. oh wow! All they were doing is what we all do behind closed doors(usually), except infront of a camera. Plus, as far as I know, they only did it the one time.

    People need to unwad their fucking undies. I doubt I'd ever do porn, but it sure sounds like a fun way to make some money. ;)

    Posted by: Luka | Jun 9, 2009 1:38:01 PM



  23. Guys, keep your erect cocks in your pants and don't expect the general population to treat your dalliance with porn like just another choice. --- Dan

    Porn is a billion dollar business with the lion share belonging to straights. I also prefer to keep my porn DL, but the general population has embraced porno and just don't fess up to it. Love of porn doesn't have a generation gap either.

    Posted by: Marco | Jun 9, 2009 1:38:53 PM


  24. Oh my god, you mean guys masturbate - even in front of a camera?? Prudish people of america - please grow up and get a sense of humour !

    Posted by: atheist | Jun 9, 2009 1:44:39 PM


  25. @Mike, I recall the owner saying that they were going to hold off until the ESPN thing aired and would give refunds to those who joined just to see Paul.

    Posted by: DD | Jun 9, 2009 1:50:19 PM


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