Bishop Sycamore is headed in a different direction that nobody knows to where exactly.
Amid the fallout from Sunday’s controversial high school football game against IMG Academy, Roy Johnson has been fired as Bishop Sycamore’s head coach. Bishop Sycamore founder Andre Peterson confirmed that news to Chris Bumbaca of USA Today.
The team has been the subject of multiple headlines after they appeared on ESPN against IMG Academy and promptly lost 58-0. ESPN announcers could not verify anything about the school as well as the players.
“Bishop Sycamore told us they had a number of Division I prospects on their roster,” Shroff said. “To be frank, a lot of that we could not verify.”
Bishop Sycamore is “an online-only charter school, with the non-OHSAA-affiliated football program serving as its most public face.”
The team had just played a game on Friday and then 48 hours later would play on Sunday as the wheels fell off on the fraud that was going on.
Bishop Sycamore has lost eight straight games dating back to last year and was outscored 227-42 in six games during the 2020 season.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.