Eddie Sutton News & Bio

Name:Eddie Sutton
Hometown:Cullowhee, NC
High School:Cullowhee
Born:March 16, 1935
Died:January 1, 2008
Height/Weight:6-1, 188
Notes:Football, Basketball, Track

UNC-Louisville Postgame Notes
This is the 25th time overall and the 10th time in 14 years under Roy Williams the Tar Heels have won at least 12 ACC...

UNC-Virginia Postgame Notes
Virginia scored 41 points, the second-fewest by an opponent in the Smith Center (460th game). Clemson scored 39 on 2/16/1995. The 41 points are the...

Roy Williams second-fastest to 800 wins after North Carolina defeats Syracuse
If Monday's game is any indication of how good UNC will be in ACC play and beyond, Roy Williams could (and likely will) surpass Eddie...

James Worthy To Be Inducted In College Hoops Hall of Fame
North Carolina's James Worthy headlines the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame induction class of 2011, the organization announced in November. Joining Worthy for enshrinement...

James Worthy Elected to National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame
Bob Knight, who coached Indiana to three national titles and had 902 wins in 41 seasons, and Virginia great Ralph Sampson are among the eight...

UNC vs. Oral Roberts Preview
Oral Roberts University (located in Tulsa, not too far away from Poplar Bluff, Mo.,) is coached by Scott Sutton, younger brother of Eddie Sutton, and...

Roy Williams a finalist for Hall of Fame
Phil Jackson, Chris Mullin, Dick Vitale and North Carolina coach Roy Williams lead the list of 15 finalists for induction into the Basketball Hall of...

Roy Williams AP Coach of the Year for second time
Roy Williams, who followed a national championship season at North Carolina by leading an inexperienced team to a Top 10 finish, was selected coach of...

Roy Williams is Associated Press Coach of the Year
University of North Carolina men's basketball coach Roy William is the 2006 Associated Press Coach of the Year, the AP announced at a ceremony in...

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