Episode 450 - Oklahoma State's Steve Lutz
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Oklahoma State's Steve Lutz is excited about the opportunity to lead the Cowboys back to the NCAA Tournament. In his past three seasons as a head coach, he's made the NCAA Tournament. We ask him why he's been so successful right out of the gate at his new schools. Discussing how being named the new head coach at Oklahoma State is a dream come true but also a little daunting. His thoughts on the ultra-competitive Big 12 conference and the roster he's put together so far. What is the right mix of college transfers to high school prospects? Non-Conference schedule talk... A rivalry continued at a neutral court. An alumna kicks off his coaching career. And what are year one goals for Coach Lutz at Oklahoma State? Plus, exploring Dan Hurley's decision to stay at UConn.
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