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Several of Ohio State's athletic administrators workers drive courtesy cars that are provided by local car dealers, including the director of NCAA compliance, 10 Investigates' Paul Aker reported on Thursday. 10 Investigates asked for permission to take video of Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith's Cadillac and Ohio State director of NCAA compliance Doug Archie's Jeep. The university declined.

WBNS: Ohio State's Top Compliance Person Drives Courtesy Car Another isolated incident, no doubt. I guess this one is Terrelle Pryor's fault too? Perhaps we should blame it all on the exploitation of innocent athletes? Follow the narrative people.
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