ESPN is suing Ohio State for allegedly violating state public records law by denying requests for information related to the NCAA's current investigation of the school.
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"The lawsuit filed Monday in the Ohio Supreme Court asks justices to order the university to release the records and pay attorney fees and court costs. Among records sought are correspondences referring to Ted Sarniak, reportedly a mentor of Pryor in his hometown Jeannette, Pa."
Ohio State spokesman Jim Lynch says the university believes it has followed applicable law and that ESPN has received a "voluminous amount" of information.
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