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Colorado State investigation recommended firing Larry Eustachy for player abuse, but he is still there

Larry Eustachy is still the coach of Colorado State’s men’s basketball team, even though an internal investigation recommended his firing in 2013-14 that found he emotionally abused players.The documents, published by The Coloradoan, contained the following information: Eustachy acknowledged calling players “fcking cnts” and telling assistant coaches to “shut the fck up.
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