This will be short and sweet, and if you are offended, I am really sorry.
ESPN is a complete joke. My first argument is the fact they feel the need to consume everything, put their terrible twist on it, and ruin it. Can you assholes leave high school football alone? Now we got 15-year-olds traveling the country to play high school football. This should not be ESPN's space.
However, I am glad they do consume high school football, at least for one day. That is because a virtually fake, bullshit, probably does not exist high school scammed the self-proclaimed "World Wide Leader in Sports."
Ben Koo on Twitter: "This is what happens when ESPN gets duped into airing a high school football game between the most talented team in the country and an online charter school nobody has heard of, went 0-6 last year, and lied about its roster to get on TV. pic.twitter.com/QUwM8BQKiY / Twitter"
This is what happens when ESPN gets duped into airing a high school football game between the most talented team in the country and an online charter school nobody has heard of, went 0-6 last year, and lied about its roster to get on TV. pic.twitter.com/QUwM8BQKiY
Yep, don't believe it? Well the Ohio High School Athletic Association does not recognize this team from Ohio, and the OHSAA recognizes almost every high school in the state, they even recognized CAPE. If you don't know, CAPE was the Cincinnati Academy of Physical Education, which won football titles before it was discovered it was less of an educational endeavor and more or less just a rec league team of recruits playing high school football.
Hell, OHSAA even recognizes schools with only 20 boys, just ask our owner at 12oz Sports, who once coached at a high school that often only dressed 13 players. Yet, the largest sports network on the planet, so hungry to control all sports even high schoolers, got duped.
Here's how bad ESPN is, it took me 2 seconds to find this school's website. Check it out, LOL. http://www.bishopsycamore.org/
I love it.
~Michael Patrick Day, Irish Proud & 12oz Sports Writer