December 10, 2012
Ohio State's Sports Program Aims to Play It Straight
After a scandal, the Buckeyes supersized their rules-enforcement staff. Will that work?
Leonardo Carrizo for The Chronicle
As captain of Ohio State University's basketball team in 1999, Jason Singleton helped lead the Buckeyes to the Final Four. Now he has a ninth-floor office in the athletic department, where, alongside photos from his storied college years, he keeps a pair of binoculars to watch over the university's vast sports complex.
Since graduating, Mr. Singleton has held an unusual mix of jobs: kindergarten teacher, money-laundering sleuth, NCAA tough guy. This past summer he returned to Columbus
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