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Stubblefied embraces ‘limitless’ possibilities at DePaul

CHICAGO (AP) — Tony Stubblefield says he sees “limitless” opportunities for DePaul. The longtime Oregon assistant is ready to embrace the challenge as he tries to lift a struggling program after agreeing last week to take over as the Blue Demons’ head coach. He says he wants DePaul “to be a team that other teams fear playing.” The Blue Demons’ most recent trip to the NCAA Tournament was in 2004. They have losing records in 13 of the 16 seasons since they joined the Big East and have finished last in the conference 11 of the past 13 years. Stubblefield spent the past 11 seasons on Dana Altman’s staff at Oregon.

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