Oklahoma State is reportedly in the market for a new men's basketball coach, as several news outlets in Oklahoma say Sean Sutton is out after a two-year stint.
The Oklahoman web site is reporting that Sutton was fired, while KOCO-TV in Oklahoma City said Sutton will resign.
Sutton, who has three years remaining on his contract, has guided the Cowboys to a record of 39-29 since taking over for his father, Eddie Sutton. Oklahoma State finished this past season with a record of 17-16, losing to Southern Illinois in the first round of the NIT.
The Cowboys made two NIT appearances in the younger Sutton's two seasons at the helm, losing to Marist in the first round of the 2007 tourney.