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Trending Now: NFL star accused of affair via Twitter; 'Random Acts of Pasta' goes viral

D'Agostini, Murray & Clay. (Source: uk.eurosport.yahoo.com) D'Agostini, Murray & Clay. (Source: uk.eurosport.yahoo.com)
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Football player accuses NFL star of affair via Twitter

Former Oklahoma running back Brennan Clay used Twitter on Sunday to tell his 25,000 followers that his wife allegedly had an affair with Dallas Cowboys star DeMarco Murray.

Clay's allegations came in a series of tweets beginning with a post that specifically called out his wife, Gina D'Agostini, and Murray with their twitter handles, reading: "So Demarco Murray was having an affair with my wife ..I'm done ..@demarcomurray and @gina_edagos0126 ..1 has a baby momma and she has 2 kids.”

Clay and Murray played together for the Oklahoma Sooners in 2010 before Clay was drafted by the Broncos. He was cut from the team in August of this year.

D'Agostini has since deleted her twitter account and Murray has not commented on the accusations.

Random Acts of Pasta

Matt Tribe paid $100 for Olive Garden's Never-Ending Pasta pass, but instead of using the 49 days of unlimited pasta to feed himself, Tribe gave the meals homeless people all over Utah.

The entire good deed was documented in a blog and video Tribe titled “Random Acts of Pasta.”

“After thousands of miles and hundreds of hours, Random Acts of Pasta was one of the most fun and fulfilling things I've ever done,” Tribe, who gave away a total of 100 meals, wrote on his blog.

While many online commenters were touched by Tribe's story, some questioned the authenticity of the video.

“Feels like a marketing campaign,” one Redditor wrote in response to hundreds of other comments arguing the video's legitimacy. Is it too good to be true or a genuine act of kindness? Watch the video below (or here if you're on a mobile device) and let us know what you think in the comment section here.

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