POWERED BY

High School Sports

High School Football Team Allegedly Cheated By Reading Opponents' Playbook Online

destrehan football louisiana

The new cheating in high school football: via the internet. Allegedly, of course. This story is just emerging out of Louisiana:

The scandal revolves around Hudl, a website that can house game film, practice film, schemes and play books for football teams.

It appears, through a South LaFourche player, Destrehan’s staff got hold of South LaFourche’s username and password and spent roughly 12 hours on the site.

Destrehan (5-0 in District 7-5A) more than doubled up its league opponent South LaFourche (4-4, 3-2), 49-24, on Friday.

Many questions remain, obviously. How did the Destrehan staff obtain the username and password? Why would an undefeated team spend 12 hours sifting through the playbook and watching film of a .500 team? Is that easier than just scouting the opponent?

And why on earth would any team upload its playbook, schemes or film to a website?

As they say, developing. [via Shreveport Times, via The Hazean]

Because you want to see it first!

Like and follow The Big Lead today!

blog comments powered by Disqus

Because you want to see it first.

Like and follow The Big Lead today!