Since their nationally televised blowout loss against IMG Academy on Sunday, Bishop Sycamore has spent this past week in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons.
Questions about the school were first raised during their game against IMG in Canton, Ohio, when ESPN announcer Anish Shroff admitted ESPN hadn't been able to prove Bishop Sycamore's claims that its roster was filled with Division I talent.
Since then, people have wondered how the school found its way into playing on national television. Recent reports have shown the team used players that played in a game two days prior and that the school doesn't have an actual building, has a blank website, isn't commissioned by the Ohio High School Athletic Association and is under police investigation. Also, there's heavy speculation that many of the players are older.
Several schools have backed out of playing Bishop Sycamore, their head coach was fired and Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has ordered the Department of Education to investigate the school.
Throughout the wild saga, social media users have had their fun learning about Bishop Sycamore and how they were apparently able to get away with so much.
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Former NFL wide receiver Andrew Hawkins made a "team list" of the people at Bishop Sycamore, which included Joanne the Scammer, "Dr. Love," and Billy McFarland and rapper Ja Rule, the infamous duo known for the disastrous Fyre Festival.
Other people came up with who they believe are staffed at the school.
People also used the school as the example of people saying they have a significant other, they just "go to a different school."
Since it's been said Bishop Sycamore was using players who were in junior college and therefore would be ineligible, people are ready to suit up for their next game.
Others have simply just enjoyed all the stories they've seen.
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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Twitter memes on Bishop Sycamore game are all over social media