A St. Louis high school has cancelled the rest of their football season and fired every coach on staff after a suspended player wore a different number and participated in a game. Cardinal Ritter College Prep, which was undefeated at 7-0, suspended the rest of their season after junior running back Bill Jackson was found to have played in their season opener, even though he was supposed to be serving a one-game suspension, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

The RB was given the suspension after being ejected from last year's title game, but the team found a way to disguise Jackson, or so they thought.


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