Sean Sutton mentioned for Murray State job
Thursday, April 3rd 2003, 12:00 am
News On 6
(Stillwater-AP) -- Oklahoma State associate head coach Sean Sutton is being mentioned as a candidate for another head coaching job.
The Daily Oklahoman cites unnamed sources as saying Sutton is on a list of candidates for the top job at Murray State.
Sutton was interviewed two weeks ago by Clemson athletic director Terry Don Phillips for the head coaching job there.
Sutton says he already has a great job at OSU, but would like to become a head coach if the right job comes along. He says Murray State has a tremendous tradition.
The Racers were 17-and-12 last season and have averaged more than 20 wins per season during the past 20 years with eleven NCAA tournament appearances.