ESPN Airs High School Football Game With Fake High School


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This is an epic story that should probably be a movie. Last week, ESPN nationally televised t a high school football game between Florida's IMG Academy and Bishop Sycamore. The only problem is, Bishop Sycamore allegedly isn't a real school. It was an odd game throughout as Bishop Sycamore was clearly outclassed by IMG Academy, losing 58-0. Even during the game, the announcers openly questioned the legitimacy of the school and players then pivoted to concerns for their safety. What's even weirder, the players didn't attend school, were junior college dropouts and the coach has an actively warrant for his arrest. More below.


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