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Former Oklahoma State, Kentucky coach Eddie Sutton dies at 84


Legendary college basketball coach , who won more than 800 games and was the first coach to take four different schools to the NCAA men's basketball tournament, died Saturday of natural causes, his family said. He was 84. Sutton died at his home in South Tulsa, Oklahoma, and was surrounded by family, according to the statement. (ESPN.com)

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