New Bishop Sycamore Head Coach Says Football Program Isn't A School

(Undated)  --  The alleged fake school that made its way on to ESPN for a high school football game is now making it clear it is indeed not a school.  New Bishop Sycamore head coach Tyren Jackson told NBC4 of Columbus that the program doesn't provide a curriculum to its players, nor is it a school.  Jackson says the mistake that featured a team of players, who may or may not be of eligible age, boils down to a paperwork issue.  Jackson used the phrase "post-grad academy" to describe the program.  The school has become a viral sensation after they were thoroughly embarrassed 58-0 by IMG Academy of Florida on ESPN which led to the subsequent firing of head coach Roy Johnson, who reportedly has an active arrest warrant.  Allegations were made that the players consisted of junior college drop outs as well as the fact they were sleeping on the floors of hotels in addition to other disturbing claims.

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