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Anthem warns Mainers to watch for identity theft after data breach – Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel
Kennebec Journal & Morning SentinelAnthem warns Mainers to watch for identity theft after data breachKennebec Journal & Morning SentinelHundreds of thousands of Mainers should be on their guard against identity fraud following the massive theft of sensitive personal data including Social Security numbers from health insurer Anthem Inc., the company said Thursday. Indianapolis-based …
Vikings offseason snapshot: the offensive line (startribune)
Over the next two weeks, we will take a position-by-position look at where the Vikings stand heading into the offseason after their 7-9 season in 2014. Today, we will focus on the offensive line. The Vikings figured that their offensive line would be a strength in 2014. After all, all five of their starting linemen were back for a third straight season and they figured they had one of the league’s better offensive tackle combos in former Pro Bowler Matt Kalil and big Phil Loadholt. But offensive line play ended up being one of the team’s biggest weaknesses due to the struggles of Kalil and other starters, along with a bunch of injuries along the offensive line. Right guard Brandon Fusco, who was rewarded with a contract extension before the season opener then was lost to a torn pectoral muscle two weeks later, was the first starter to go down. In Week 12, Loadholt, their right tackle, suffered a similar season-ending injury. Left guard Charlie Johnson, who struggled mightily in 2014, missed two games late in the season before returning for the finale. Those injuries forced backup linemen Joe Berger, Mike Harris and Vlad Ducasse …
No. 11 Terps get past first Big Ten loss, early foul trouble in 69-60 win at Purdue
Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon knew this was going to be a grind-it-out game for his No. 11 Terps, maybe their first true Big Ten Conference foul-fest against a Purdue team that rarely wins with style. He also knew he needed a better performance from senior guard Dez Wells.