Remembering Eddie Sutton: ‘A hell of a coach who wasn’t perfect’

, whose seasons at Kentucky showed that the combination of an acclaimed coach and an elite program does not guarantee success, died on Saturday. Sutton’s 806 victories made him one of only 11 coaches who have won 800 or more Division I men’s college basketball games. He became the first coach to lead four schools to the NCAA Tournament. (Lexington Herald-Leader)


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