Bishop Sycamore football coach out amid controversy around school

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How many games did Bishop Sycamore play?

Although Sycamore played six games (and lost all six), Ray held Judah off the field because the team was hardly able to practice. The father and son then turned their attention to summer 7-on-7 college recruiting events, which were also a disaster. Sports IllustratedParent and Player Shed More Light on Bishop Sycamore Football Fiasco

The List: Ranking famous alumni of Bishop Sycamore

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Expect a steady stream of articles over the next few weeks and months documenting the myriad broken systems that enabled an allegedly fake high school to appear in a nationally televised game. Before that essential reading hits, though, we thought we’d take a quick moment to rank our favorite players to ever suit up for Bishop Sycamore.

Prior to his Rose Bowl-winning college run, this future FBI agent lined up behind the center as QB for Bishop Sycamore.

He never saw the field, serving only as a waterboy and spot special teamer. It wasn’t until college in Louisiana that Boucher learned to channel his anger into bone-crushing hits.

Though he never reached the heights he did previously as a Little Giant, this speedy if unsteady receiver developed a knack for the big catch.

Also dubbed the Golden Receiver, this canine still holds the team record for average yards after the catch and most fan chants of "Who's a/Good boy!"

The hard-hitting defender excelled on any given Friday, as well.

Before Jerry Maguire showed him the money, Tidwell was a sure-handed, record-setting high school receiver for Bishop Sycamore (which also showed him the money, despite laws in place that barred the team from doing so).

There was no replacement for this mammoth offensive lineman, who starred at left guard during his four high school years in Ohio.

The crafty lefty QB might have choked in the Sugar Bowl while at Ohio State, but he had zero issues in leading Bishop Sycamore as a four-year starter, setting school records for passing yardage and total touchdowns that still stand today. (As does Falco’s uncanny likeness to his predecessor, Johnny Utah.)

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