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Sunday Big Ten's women's hoops recap: Get scores, stats, recaps & video

A handful of games dotted the Big Ten women’s basketball docket Sunday afternoon. Catch up on all of Sunday’s action on our Big Ten scoreboard. To highlight the day, No. 7 Maryland bounced Indiana, 84-74, and No. 25 Rutgers took down No. 21 Minnesota, 66-61. In other action, Michigan State downed Wisconsin, 77-71, Penn State nipped Northwestern, 76-75, and Ohio State dropped Purdue in overtime, 79-71. Use the links below to catch up on all five of Sunday’s games. MICHIGAN STATE 77, WISCONSIN 71: BOX | RECAP Behind four players scoring in double figures, the Michigan State women’s basketball team

BTN LiveBIG: Nebraska research institute focuses on tomorrow’s security threats today

The recent hacking of U.S. Central Command’s Twitter (@CENTCOM) and YouTube accounts demonstrated that cyberterrorism is a very real threat. Fortunately, it’s a very well-researched one, too, thanks in part to the work done by the National Strategic Research Institute (NSRI) at the University of Nebraska. One thing’s for sure: Small organizations and individuals with no loyalty to any government will continue to exploit weaknesses. We’ll almost certainly see more of these kinds of attacks that attempt to undermine political, military and business institutions. It’s a public-facing opportunity for them to distribute their own propaganda, said Bob Hinson, founding executive