ESPN Duped Into Airing Fake Online School's Football Game Against Champions

Somebody's getting FIRED.

No, but seriously, EPSN had to speak to Paragon, the company in charge of scheduling the high school football schedule, because somehow a fake school's team made it onto the airwaves.

Ohio's Bishop Sycamore High School – a school which exists exclusively online – played against the defending national champions and lost... big time! The final score was hilariously 58-0, and this after some boasting of division one prospects on-board. Oh, the head coach, Roy Johnson, has a warrant out for his arrest on the grounds of fraud.

They really shaded the fake high school team, reportedly made up of mostly junior college dropouts.

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