Scott Sutton

Newly hired Oklahoma State assistant men's basketball coach Scott Sutton talks to the media Monday for the first time since he was hired during the weekend.

By Jimmy Gillispie/Stillwater News Press

STILLWATER, Okla. — Tuesday afternoon, Oklahoma State men's basketball assistant coach Scott Sutton's contract was released to the public.

Sutton, who was hired to replace former assistant Lamont Evans – who was fired for cause because of an FBI investigation – signed his contract on Nov. 27, the same day that OSU president Burns Hargis and Athletics Director Mike Holder approved coach Mike Boynton's contract.

Boynton's contract was released to the public Monday following a lengthy time where it was unsigned.

Sutton's contract term is from Oct. 22 this year to March 30, 2020 with his base salary being $125,000 a year. 

For his talent services, Sutton will make an additional $25,000 from the time of his hire to March 31, 2018 for a total of $150,000 salary in his first year; $75,000 for services from April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019; and $125,000 for services from April 1, 2019 to March 31, 2020.

Holder and Hargis approved Sutton's contract Monday.


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