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Colorado State basketball coach Larry Eustachy still being paid during administrative leave

PUEBLO – Colorado State University president Tony Frank said Wednesday that the administrative leave men’s basketball coach Larry Eustachy was asked to take is paid, and that he continues to have full faith in the investigation of Eustachy’s program.

Eustachy was placed on administrative leave Saturday after a report by The Denver Post revealed Eustachy told his team last week that Frank said the coach’s job is safe, despite the ongoing investigation. Frank’s office said that the university president did not – and would not – have said that to anyone, including Eustachy.

Details of Eustachy’s leave, other than that the coach cannot contact players or the members of his staff, were not previously known.

Last Wednesday, CSU athletic director Joe Parker publicly acknowledged that he was performing a climate assessment of the men’s basketball program. Team sources, who wished to remain anonymous out of fear of retaliation from Eustachy, said they were interviewed by Parker, deputy athletic director Steve Cottingham and compliance director Shalini Shanker regarding the head coach’s behavior.

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