Oregon State Funny Rumor Of The Day: Mike Riley & Sean Mannion's Dad Have A Talk

Paul Buker of the Oregonian should probably just report anything that comes out of his comment section more often. Lord knows it's more entertaining and outlandish than anything you'll see outside of a Les Miles presser.

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Check out this latest bit from Buker via his Twitter feed concerning a meeting between Mike Riley, Sean Mannion, and his dad. Gee, wonder how this one will go?

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Message board poster on O-Live who goes by rileysafraud claiming there was meeting between Sean, Sean's dad, and Riley whereby the Mannions demanded Sean play THIS YEAR or he transfers. Total b.s., said John Mannion, the Silverton HS coach. "Not in a million years would I ever do that,'' said John Mannion. "It's one of the furthest things on the face of the earth I would even think of doing"

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More from John Mannion, Sean's dad: "If they decided TOMORROW that Ryan Katz goes in, I would be fully supportive of Ryan."
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This is great research here Buker. Please give "rileysafraud" the appropriate recommendations to Columbia University for his online journalism Pulitzer Prize nomination!

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