LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) -- Whatever No. 19 Nebraska needs, Lindsey Moore can deliver.
If it's a basket, she'll shoot the 3-pointer or drive to the hoop.
If it's a play, she'll find the open teammate and whistle a pass to the right spot.
Moore can make the big free throw or make the big defensive play.
The junior point guard from Covington, Wash., ranks in the top
six of four major statistical categories in the Big Ten. She's one
of the reasons the Cornhuskers, who finished last in the Big 12 a
year ago, are in contention in their first year in the conference.
Nebraska (16-3, 5-2) goes into Thursday night's home game
against Iowa tied for third place, two games behind league-leading
Purdue and one game in back of Ohio State.
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