One decade removed from his alcoholic ways, Colorado State coach Larry Eustachy was served a chilling reminder of his regressions during the Rams' game against Wyoming on Wednesday.

According to some who were at the contest, a few fans in the Wyoming student section chanted "alcoholic" at Eustachy before halftime.

During his tenure at Iowa State, Eustachy was photographed at several parties, drinking alcohol with students. He admitted to being an alcoholic and he sought out treatment.

According to Eustachy, he's been sober since April 2003.

Unfortunately this isn't the first instance of a student section crossing the line during a game this season. Washington students were encouraged to taunt Oregon’s Arsalan Kazemi over his Iranian background while Duke fans appear to have chanted "How's your grandma?" at N.C. State's Tyler Lewis, whose grandmother had recently passed away.

Eustachy's Colorado State squad won Wednesday's game, beating Wyoming, 78-56.

(H/T to Game On!)

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