TULSA, Okla. — "EDDIE," the documentary examining former Oklahoma State basketball coach Eddie Sutton's life landed a distribution deal.
Sutton became the first coach to take four teams to the NCAA Tournament (Creighton, Arkansas, Kentucky and Oklahoma State) and reached the Final Four in 1978 with Arkansas and in 1995 and 2004 with OSU. He coached the Cowboys for 16 seasons, winning 368 games and reaching the NCAA Tournament 13 times.
The film now hits digital platforms on March 9.
According to social media posts from the film's account , the documentary will be available to buy or rent on more than 14 media platforms including, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, Google Play, YouTube, DirecTV, Dish Network, Cox and more.
The film includes interviews from several prominent people, including former President of the United States Bill Clinton, owner of the Dallas Cowboys Jerry Jones, and University of Kentucky basketball head coach John Calipari.
Watch the trailer below.
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