Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o will be interviewed by Katie Couric, the first on-camera interview given by the All-American since news broke about the dead girlfriend hoax.Te'o and his parents will appear on Couric's syndicated daytime talk show Thursday. ABC News announced the interview Sunday, but gave no details as to when it will take place and where.He gave an off-camera interview with ESPN on Friday night. He insists he was the victim of the hoax, not a participant. The Heisman Trophy runner-up said he had an online romance with a woman he never met and in September was informed that the woman died from leukemia.Te'o told ESPN that the person suspected of being the mastermind of the hoax has contacted him and apologized.The man he said apologized to him for pulling the scam, 22-year-old Ronaiah Tuiasosopo, has not spoken publicly. He and his family have decline the AP's numerous requests for interviews.Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick said Te'o reached out to his coaches and university officials on Dec. 26, and the school commissioned an investigation that he said confirmed Te'o was not involved in the hoax.Notre Dame received the findings of the investigation on Jan. 4, three days before it played Alabama in the BCS title game.Oregon makes hireOregon hired Mark Helfrich as its football coach, promoting him from offensive coordinator to be Chip Kelly's successor.Helfrich's promotion does not come as a surprise. Before Kelly left for the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles on Wednesday, the Ducks' quarterbacks guru was considered the front-runner for the position.He signed a five-year deal with the Ducks worth a reported $9 million.TCU roundupRifle: TCU won its first match of the spring semester, winning at Alaska-Fairbanks. The Frogs' Hannah Black led all shooters with a 593 in air rifle. Women's tennis: TCU won its first match of the season with a 6-1 victory over Nicholls State. Simona Parajova and Federica Denti won singles and doubles matches for TCU.