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The Bishop Sycamore High School football team, which took a nationally-televised 58-0 beatdown from IMG Academy (Fla.) in August, has faced immense legitimacy questions since the game. On Friday, the Ohio Department of Education confirmed the Columbus-area school itself to be a “scam.” 

An investigation by the ODE found Bishop Sycamore failed to meet Ohio’s minimum requirements for an educational institution. Investigators couldn’t confirm the school’s location, teachers’ names and found no evidence of multiple students being enrolled this year, leading them to deem Bishop Sycamore as “not a school as it purports on paper to be” in their 41-page report.  

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said Friday he’s looking into whether Bishop Sycamore broke any laws. He’s also

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