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Texas Tech's Final Four appearance the latest success for former Oklahoma State coach Sean Sutton

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Sean Sutton, center, hugs Texas Tech men's basketball coach Chris Beard after the Red Raiders qualified for the Final Four on Saturday. Sutton, who is going to the Final Four for the third time, is in his second season as an adviser to Beard. [TEXAS TECH ATHLETICS]
Sean Sutton, center, hugs Texas Tech men's basketball coach Chris Beard after the Red Raiders qualified for the Final Four on Saturday. Sutton, who is going to the Final Four for the third time, is in his second season as an adviser to Beard. [TEXAS TECH ATHLETICS]
As Texas Tech players climbed the ladder and clipped the net Saturday afternoon, a photographer from the school’s athletic department snapped a photo of Sean Sutton. His brow was sweaty. His hair was mussed. Oklahoma State fans well remember the disheveled look from Sutton’s days on the Cowboy bench. And yet as he embraced Red Raider...
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