We're Not the Only Ones
gw0509
 2/16/2017 9:43:48 AM      Replies: 2

gw05092/16/2017 9:20:34 AM

"Investigation shows Larry Eustachy created culture of fear and intimidation at Colorado State"

http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/18694388/larry-eustachy-coach-colorado-state-rams-berated-intimidated-staff-players-report-shows

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ruserious2/16/2017 9:27:45 AM

If all ML did was say "shut the f up" and call players "f'ing c_s"  (which he did) he would still be there.

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gw05092/16/2017 9:43:48 AM

Full Story and adds a lot of info on the investigation and even includes the report: 

 

http://www.coloradoan.com/story/sports/csu/mens-basketball/2017/02/15/colorado-state-basketball-larry-eustachy-investigation/97949522/

 

Some parallels:

"Avila and former point guard Jon Octeus said they did not feel Eustachy emotionally or verbally abused them. They said playing for Eustachy is difficult and some players couldn’t handle it. Octeus transferred from CSU following 2013-14 season. However, five former players and four others close to the program told the Coloradoan that Eustachy emotionally abused them. They declined to go on the record due to concerns of potential retaliation."

"On Feb. 20, 2014, the coach was no longer allowed to be alone with his team and was required to have Graham or a member of his staff present at practices, meetings and games, including in the locker room, per an athletic department letter to Eustachy."

"Eustachy was also given a zero-tolerance policy in regard to throwing, punching or kicking objects and using “direct profane, derogatory, and/or demeaning language or gestures in the presence of or towards your players, staff or anyone else while acting in the scope” of his employment. Violation would result in termination for cause."

 

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