The story surrounding Bishop Sycamore continues to get crazier and crazier.
New details about Bishop Sycamore emerged Monday that revealed the team also played a game on Friday, which made Sunday’s game its second in just three days.
According to Awful Announcing, the game was scheduled by Paragon Marketing Group, whose president, Rashid Ghazi, denied having knowledge of Bishop Sycamore’s Friday game.
“We regret that this happened and have discussed it with Paragon, which secured the matchup and handles the majority of our high school event scheduling,” ESPN said in an official statement. “They have ensured us that they will take steps to prevent this kind of situation from happening moving forward.”
The Ohio High School Athletic Association doesn’t recognize Bishop Sycamore as a legitimate high school, and their “physical location, practice facilities, and roster eligibility could not be verified.”
Just in case that wasn’t crazy enough, the team’s head coach, Roy Johnson, also allegedly has an active arrest warrant thanks to fraud charges.
Bishop Sycamore was not only outmatched but got destroyed 58-0 on a nationally televised game. Many of the players on the team are also said to have already graduated high school, which essentially means a bunch of adults got beat by some teenagers.
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