The second half, because we could control the boards a little better, we were able to runCOL BKB: Oklahoma St. 63, Pittsburgh 51 Mar 26, 2004
The last half may have been one of the worst 20-minute periods that we had all season longSyracuse 68, Oklahoma St. 56 Mar 23, 2003
It's probably one of the best games we've played in the last monthOklahoma St. 77, Pennsylvania 63 Mar 21, 2003
Other than our inability to hit free throws (16-of-28), that was one of our best games we've played in a whileOklahoma St. 77, Pennsylvania 63 Mar 21, 2003
We softened up and we got stagnant (in the second half)Texas Tech 62, Oklahoma St 57 Feb 25, 2003
Eddie Sutton (born March 12, 1936) is an American former college head coach with 36 years of Division I basketball coaching experience at Creighton, Arkansas, Kentucky, Oklahoma State (his alma mater), and the University of San Francisco. Sutton became the first coach to take four schools to the NCAA tournament, and he reached the Final Four with Arkansas in 1978 and Oklahoma State in 1995 and 2004. He is one of only eight major college men's basketball coaches to have over 800 career wins.
Eddie Sutton was born in Bucklin, Kansas. He played for Oklahoma State (known as Oklahoma A&M until his senior year of 1957–1958) under legendary coach Henry Iba. While at Oklahoma A&M Sutton became a member of Sigma Chi fraternity.
In his college coaching career, Sutton was the head coach of Creighton, Arkansas, Kentucky, Oklahoma State,and University of San Francisco. He has the rare distinction of having taken two schools (Arkansas and Oklahoma State) to the Final Four, and was the first coach to lead four schools to the NCAA tournament.