“Gay Porn” Wrestlers Out!


[Booted wrestler Paul Donahoe in sportier times…]
The two University of Nebraska students who posed for a gay porn site were booted from their wrestling team. It was revealed earlier this week that Paul Donahoe and Kenny Jordan had appeared on FratMenTV.com, which put them in hot water with the athletics department – and the NCAA.

So, now they’re out and the school’s athletics department released the following statement about the boys, who have both been fined for alcohol-related offenses:

The history of behavior of these men, including the current matter, does not reflect the standard of excellence we aspire to on and off the matter. We have outstanding student-athletes in our program and we will move forward in a positive manner toward our goals.

I want to personally apologize for any embarrassment that may have been caused for our athletic department, the university and our fans.

Taking a look at the NSFW gallery, we’re sure many of the fans are less embarrassed and more enticed. That sucks for Donahoe and Jordan, though…

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31 Comments

  • porsha

    Wow! This young man is handsome in the extreme! I wish him only the best in his life.

  • Pumps

    He’s 5’5 inches tall and 125 pounds. The corn in my shit is bigger.

  • Paul

    This guys pictures are so freaking amazing – he is about the hottest thing to be shown on this website in ages……Nothing but sheer perfection!

  • leon4youall

    I wish these guys get this response from this site,

    What the University has done is discrimination because their orientation.

    They should sue for damages caused and petition for their installation to the athletics squad

  • Rowen

    How does this have any implication to the school? These guys weren’t posing in their wrestling jerseys. If this violates NCAA behavior, then so does every frat party in existence. I agree with Leon. This smacks of homophobia.

  • SugaBear

    Hey L4YA, the Universty didn’t discriminate. The boys are straight. and second they were let go because they violated the agreement waiver THEY SIGNED that pertained to the NCAA rules governing what student-athletes can and cannot do to retain their NCAA status.

    You CAN NOT use your image while your are a NCAA athlete for ANY commercial purposes and get paid for it, it doesn’t matter if you are representing your school or not if you are an athlete those are the rules. The forms state that point very clearly.

    The fact is that these two guys will have a difficult time if they choose to go to another University as they will have to REAPPLY under the the NCAA rules of Divisions I, II, and III Comittees and Student-Athlete Reinstatement Policies and Procedures. Under this process the University has to apply on the behalf the students (Donahoe & Jordan), but THEY must provide the following to the University:

    A completed and signed Buckley Statement. Any exception to this policy must be granted by the lead administrator. If the institution requires an immediate decision (e.g., because of pending competition), it should be noted in its request. The request for reinstatement shall include a statement that a violation has taken place; a statement indicating that the institution has declared the involved prospective student-athlete or student-athlete ineligible and is NCAA Divisions I, II and III Committees on
    Student-Athlete Reinstatement Policies and Procedures requesting reinstatement of eligibility; a description of the violation, including the rule citation and amount or value of any benefit received; the identity of all coaches, prospective student-athletes or student-athletes and other individuals involved in the violation; the means by which the institution became aware of the violation; the reasons(s) the violation occurred; the involved prospective student-athlete’s or student-athlete’s knowledge of the rule in question; a list of corrective or disciplinary actions taken by the institution or conference; a statement describing factors, if any that might mitigate the violation; and supporting documentation. The institution is responsible for developing complete, accurate and thorough information prior to submitting an appeal to the student athlete reinstatement committees.

    If you think that any University will want to prove false or misunderstanding on any of those points, you have no idea how college admissions offices work. Do some research before making pronouncements like “What the University has done is discrimination because their orientation.

    They should sue for damages caused and petition for their installation to the athletics squad”.

  • Trenton

    Leon, they may not be gay (just g4p) and it isn’t an issue of orientation in his case. To them it’s just inappropriate, though frankly I don’t see why they so much care. Most everyone has seen nude pics of Schwarzenegger (and that one of him finger banging a woman in public) and he’s allowed to hold public office…precisely because it has no effect on his ability to govern. But we do love our double standards in middle America…

  • brian

    Dam they are so hot! But they are so stupid. They violated an NCAA rule that prohibits athletes from appearing in pictures for commercial use. They should of did it for free and they would be fine. Well they are fine ;)

  • afrolito

    If they were girls posing for Playboy, I doubt their would be much of an issue.

  • hell's kitchen guy

    ^^^ I doubt that. I’m sure if they were female athletes, they’d be in trouble.

  • Paul Raposo

    Once again the porn industry chews someone up and spits them out. My question is, who figured out who these men were; who contacted the uni and who posted their identities on the internet?

  • nikko

    How crazy in the first place to pose for a porn site if you’re in the public eye-it will follow you around. They knew that. So it’s rather naive of them to think otherwise. Falcon Studios warned me ahead of time that appearing in porn may affect future career choices, so be aware. Of course, I didn’t go for the interview.

  • rand

    You lucky guys! I wanted to pay the money to see the picture, but I really can’t afford it. Wish I had some financial backing.

  • Alan down in FLorida

    It’s a shame no wealthy gay men are stepping forward to sue both the University and the NCAA. What these guys did is neither illegal, immoral or fattening. The NCAA eligibility requirements are too restrictive. If these guys had been paid to pose for a Sears catalogue it would have been just as against the rules. These photographs, posted under different names and identifying them as students from New England in no way traded on their “celebrity” as student athletes.

    As for who blew the whistle on them, I’d bet their own mouths did them in. Really, do you think that these typical straight guys could contain themselves and not spread the word about what they’d done. Check their teammates in their respective weight classes for a likely Judas.

  • chuck

    Some more of good old-fashioned, Christian homophobia. God forbid, anyone should look at a schmeckie or putz. lol

  • John

    A couple of from-the-hinterland, naive, spoiled star athletes who no doubt considered themselves invincible, exploited by an internet site that caters to gay men with a “straight” fetish, and they pay a huge price. John Marsh should know better.

    What does it say that Larry Craig is still in the Senate of the United States of America, but these young men are off the team. Some day reason will prevail.

  • Martin

    Wow. Hot and hung?? Life’s not fair…. :)

  • BootsieGee

    This represents a huge double standard as far as I am concerned. Playboy goes trolling for girls every year and has special issues dedicated tyo Girls of the Ivy League, and a variety of other titles. Does the fact that they posed for the pictures any less good at wrestling? They were not involved in any lewd acts. As far as I am concerned they were artistic representation of young men at the peak of their physical fitness. I know that their pictures were featured on queerclick which I am sure has a broader audience than fratmentv does (or did until this story broke). These boys are not celebrities nor are they in the public eye. Yes they probably should have used more judgement but to hold them up to the same standards as movie stars or elected officials smacks of hipocracy. I feel very bad for the young men as they are going to stigmatized for a long time because of this. I loved Madonna’s quote when her nude pictures were printed in Playboy many tears ago. I think it wasthe New York Post “Madonna on nude pics – so what?” A shame the university could not have taken the same stance.

  • Cal

    The guys are stupid. Did they really think they could do porn with no consequences? This should be a lesson to all those people performing in porn both professionally and amateur. Once it is out there there is no turning back. It will come back to haunt you both personally and porfessionally.

    Why didn’t they just go get a regular summer job waiting tables or in retail like most kids?? It might pay less and not be as much fun, but at least it won’t come back to bite you in the ass….in a bad way.

  • Jaroslaw

    I think if you read between the lines, this was the last straw. It seems these boys had been in trouble for quite a few things.

    That said, although I’m not in favor of morals clauses, but you must admit at the very least, they did know what they were signing. As sugar bear says, you cannot use your image for any commerical purpose and get paid. It is not like the article last week where a top notch police officer is probably going to be fired for porn he did years ago.

    If anyone has any examples where STRAIGHT guys or girls did similar things and didn’t get booted off the team, let’s have it posted here okay?

  • CHURCHILL-Y

    The only lesson to be learned here is that the prudish stupidity from older generations still prevalent in some institutions here in the US needs to be done away with fast or else will end up being no different from any of the third world countries and shithole backwaters to our south.

  • Vicente Fox

    Some closet-case Republican probably saw them on the web site when he was “researching” and turned them in.

  • Jorge

    These guys are repping their school and doing porn isn’t the image that a school wants out there. It isn’t fair that a couple guys can stigmatize a school that wants to attract students/parents paying for the tuition. Private colleges have the right to do what they want.

    I don’t get it. I’m hot and I would never consider doing porn. I slave away at my minimum wage job because that’s the right thing to do. i could be making more money doing porn or selling drugs, but i want to do the right thing.

  • Bob

    And we all know that there’s nothing queer about wrestling.

  • crazylove

    I feel for them, but honestly in this day and age how did they not know this would bit them in the ass?

  • mark

    If I looked like him, I’d be naked ALWAYS

  • K-Dogg

    Maybe to stand up against this injustice the rest of the wrestling team should contact FratmenTV.com and join in the games. lol

    We of course would reap all the benefits of that!

  • Lexy

    Ey Jorge, take your puritan shame-mongering somewhere else. There’s nothing “wrong” with doing porn. People leverage what they have to offer to get what they want, that’s the marketplace. Why does leveraging your sexuality come with a value-judgment, where leveraging your physical strength or talent with numbers is neutral? And, you slave away at a minimum wage job because you’re a sanctimonious chump. But I don’t judge you for it. Go to town baby.

  • Charles J. Mueller

    You tell him, LEXY. Jorge needs to join the 21st Century. I agree with him about dealing drugs which does hurts people, but when did the site of a beautiful naked body, male or female ever hurt anyone? What a slap in the face to the creator (if there is one)?

    For those of you drooling to see the pics, here’s the URL that will take you directly to heaven. No need to pass go or collect $200.!

    http://fleshbot.com/photogallery/fratmenwrestlers/

  • Pete

    This story is 8 years old. Why does it still keep popping up?

    Technically he didn’t do ‘gay porn’. He masturbated to straight porn, for a gay-owned site with both gay male and female subscribers.

    This kid saw green, exercised some poor judgement, and paid a stiff price. He’s an adult somewhere trying to make a life for himself. Queerty should kill this story

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