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 ROSEMONT, Ill. (AP) -Dar Tucker, DePaul's leading scorer, missed Tuesday's game against No. 8 Marquette after twisting his left ankle in the afternoon shootaround.
Losing Tucker, who is averaging 18.5 points, was a big blow for a team that had lost nine straight and was seeking its first Big East victory.
DePaul lost its first nine Big East games, its worst start in conference play since the 1995-96 team dropped its first 12 Conference USA games.
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