"Sean Sutton" was the head coach of the Oklahoma State University - Stillwater/Oklahoma State University men's basketball program from 2006 until April 1, 2008. He is currently an assistant at Oral Roberts University. As a college player and coach, Sutton has been part of over 400 victories, with 391 coming as a coach. As of April 2012, Sean has 39 wins as a head coach at Oklahoma State and 352 as an assistant coach at Mississippi, Oklahoma State and Oral Roberts. In 22 seasons, Sutton has played or coached in 23 NCAA Tournament victories. Oklahoma State advanced to the Final Four in 1995 and 2004 while Sutton was an assistant coach. Also, in 22 seasons as a player or coach, Sutton's teams have participated in postseason play 19 times.

Sean is one of three sons of college basketball coach Eddie Sutton. Sean's youngest brother Scott Sutton is the men's basketball head coach at Oral Roberts University.

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I'm very proud of our players under the circumstances they were faced with today. They kept a positive mind-set throughout the day and I thought they played with a lot of energy.

We told Jamaal Brown that we wanted a foul. He said he tried to, but the official didn't see it.

Tough way to lose a basketball game. There have been a lot of close games this year. At the end of games, you've got to rise up and make plays.

We wanted to extend the lead to 15 or 18. We had a real chance to control the game. (Boston College) battled back. They got the ball inside and chipped away. They eventually caught us. Dudley and Smith came up big for them.

I never thought offense would be a problem with this team.

It's a tough way to lose a basketball game. When you have a three point lead, and there's under two seconds to go, you foul.

It's a tough day because of the emotions of what's transpired.

He played like a big-time player. I thought he played with a lot of toughness and spirit and kind of carried them when we had a chance to break the game.