"If you watch it with the volume on, the ESPN announcers caused this whole ******* thing.”
"Everything will come out in the documentary."
Nearly two years after the scandal went viral, the debut of the HBO documentary about Bishop Sycamore is near.
Johnson had said he sold his story to Strahan's SMAC Entertainment for a documentary. One creditor is now trying to block payments from SMAC to Johnson.
Richardson told an ABC6 colleague back in September ""My legal team is working to get my name removed from this.".
A New York Times feature on Bishop Sycamore and predecessor Christians of Faith Academy includes founder/coach Roy Johnson saying he can't say much to the media because he sold the rights to the story to Michael Strahan. It also includes one player's mother saying the players "fought hard to end up with nothing."
When Bishop Sycamore got demolished on ESPN by prep school powerhouse IMG Academy, it set off a series...
Over 10,000 teams are named for the "post-grad football academy" now.
“We are not a school. That’s not what Bishop Sycamore is, and I think that’s what the biggest misconception about us was, and that was our fault."
By now you’re probably largely familiar with Bishop Sycamore, the school that got absolutely demolished by prep school...
There's certainly a pattern here with the Bishop Sycamore program.