HBO Will Air A Documentary On Fake High School Bishop Sycamore Called ‘BS High’ And Fans Can’t Wait

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HBO has announced that is plans to air a documentary on the fake high school program Bishop Sycamore called “BS High.” The announcement comes one year to the day of the “school’s” appearance on ESPN against the IMG Academy.

Head coach Roy Johnson tricked the notable sports network into setting up a contest with the IMG powerhouse by saying there were a number of Division I players on the roster. ESPN soon found out that was not the case as the team was beaten handily, 58-0.

“Bishop Sycamore told us they had a number of Division I prospects on their roster, and to be frank, a lot of that, we could not verify. They did not show up in our database, they did not show up in the databases of other recruiting services. So, okay, that’s what you’re telling us, fine, that’s how we take it in. From what we’ve seen so far, this is not a fair fight, and there’s got to be a point where you’re worried about health and safety.”

ESPN announcers began to find red flags during the broadcast of the game, which led to the ruse being discovered. After the lies were found out, fans began to unearth even wilder stories revolving around the fake program.

In the end, most just couldn’t believe how this con was able to fool the largest sports network in television. Now, we may begin to find out some of those answers.

Fans react to HBO documentary “BS High” announcement

With news coming out that HBO plans to make a documentary about the fake team called “BS High,” many are eager to tune in. Hopefully, the show will give insight into just how Roy Johnson was able to trick ESPN and set up this matchup against one of the most notable high school football programs in America.

Check out the initial reaction below.

Definitely will be tuning in.

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