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TOPEKA, Kan. 鈥 A 170-year-old rivalry is flaring up as Kansas lawmakers try to snatch the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs away from Missouri even though economists long ago concluded subsidizing pro sports isn鈥檛 worth the cost.

The U.S. Olympic swimming trials will make a splash on their grandest stage yet 鈥 a temporary pool inside the massive domed stadium that is home to the NFL's Indianapolis Colts. The powerhouse American team will be determined over the nine-day, prime-time competition, which starts Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium. The spotlight will be on stars such as Katie Ledecky, Caeleb Dressel and Simone Manuel. But there are plenty of other potential storylines at a meet that many swimmers find more nerve-wracking than the actual Olympics. The massive venue, which can seat up to 32,000 fans, only adds to the feeling that this is the Super Bowl of swimming.

Dan Hurley says it wasn't a "leverage play" when he rejected a six-year, $70 million offer to coach the Los Angeles Lakers. The UConn coach says he had already agreed to a new contract with the Huskies. Hurley has led UConn to back-to-back national titles. He spoke Thursday on "The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz" about what he called a difficult decision between leaving for the Lakers and staying at UConn. He says it would have been a thrill to coach LeBron James. But he added that he has a deal in place at UConn that would make him the nation's highest-paid college coach.

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