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NEWSMAX: ESPN is being derided on social media after it televised a high school football game involving a bogus team.
IMG Academy defeated Bishop Sycamore 58-0 on Sunday in a nationally televised game.
Known for annually sending recruits to some of the nation’s top college football programs, IMG Academy was not the problem.
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Bishop Sycamore, however, proved to be fraudulent.
Claiming to be from the rabid football state of Ohio with a dozen top prospects on its roster, Bishop Sycamore sports a post office box as its registered address and a physical address listed with a Columbus training facility, The Columbus Dispatch said.
Bishop Sycamore, playing an unheard of second game in three days, apparently went 0-6 last season, scoring 42 points and giving up 227.
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Awful Announcing said Bishop Sycamore’s head coach allegedly had an active arrest warrant, and most of the team’s roster were junior-college dropouts.
ESPN blamed the fiasco on Paragon Marketing, which booked the two schools.
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