This is weird.
An alleged fake high school football program that played on ESPN on Sunday. “Online” charter school Bishop Sycamore squared off against high school powerhouse IMG Academy out of Bradenton, Florida on national television.
The school was thoroughly embarrassed 58-0 in defeat. Since the loss, details have emerged from Complex that the program and school never existed and also played twice in three days. Of course, the big red flag is there is no Bishop Sycamore. So that’s a problem.
There are also reports the coach has an active arrest warrant and former players comprised of junior college dropouts who slept on the floors of hotels. ESPN says the game was scheduled by a marketing group.
ESPN’s commendations WENT IN on Bishop Sycamore 💀 pic.twitter.com/RCJv46gOA3— BuckeyeScoop.com (@kirk_barton) August 29, 2021
Source: Fox Sports