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Watch Indiana swimmer Lilly King's record-setting gold medal race

Lilly King, 19, claimed gold and set an Olympic record in the 100-meter breaststroke (1:04.93) Monday night, besting Russian rival Yulia Efimova, who has failed two drug tests and served a 16-month suspension, in one of the Olympics' most anticipated events.

Football tour notebook: Fun takes from Indiana football practice

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Let’s get this out of the way right now: This is the most talented team in Kevin Wilson’s tenure in Bloomington. He has continually improved recruiting and has enhanced speed over the years. But Wilson continues to look for a breakthrough win—and a winning record, something IU hasn’t had since 2007. [ MORE: Dienhart: 5 things I learned at Indiana practice ] With that out of the way, let’s get to my best of Indiana practice. Most impressive player: Dan Feeney. The All-American guard didn’t disappoint. He plays with the hard, aggressive edge of a defensive lineman.

Dienhart: 5 things I learned at Indiana football practice

BLOOMINGTON, Ind — The sixth edition of Indiana football under Kevin Wilson teems with potential. Today at practice, the energy level was high for a program looking to go to back-to-back bowls for the first time since 1990-91. If the defense improves and a QB emerges, the Hoosiers could have a special season. [ MORE: Kevin Wilson has massive praise for freshman RB ] Here are five things I learned in our stop in Bloomington. 1. The offensive line will be good. Yes, the unit lost left tackle Jason Spriggs, who was a second-round pick. Still, the Hoosiers will have

Dienhart: Your Big Ten football team's toughest 2016 stretch

Every coach looks at a schedule, scanning the list of games. Which ones figure to be tough ones? Even more vital: Which stretch of games figures to be the most daunting, a potential make-or-break run of contests? [ MORE: Best chance to pull upset | Best chance to be upset | Toughest non-conference games | Toughest conference game ] I have identified the toughest stretch of games on each Big Ten schedule. Illinois. The last four games are daunting. The season-ending run begins with a visit from Michigan State on Nov. 5 followed by a trip to Wisconsin, a visit

Dienhart: Best chance for each Big Ten team to get upset

No coach wants to lose a game that experts think he’s supposed to win. Upsets can set a season on its ear and prove ruinous. [ MORE: Best chance to pull upset | Toughest non-conference games | Toughest conference game ] There are potholes on every schedule. And I have picked the one game on your school’s schedule in which it has its best chance to be—gulp–upset. Illinois. The visit from Western Michigan on Sept. 17 is dangerous. P.J. Fleck is an up-and-coming coaching fireball who played at Northern Illinois and is a native of the state. You know the

See every Big Ten name, past, present & future, in 2016 Olympics

The 2016 Olympic Games open this week, and the Big Ten will boast more than 150 participants and coaches in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from August 5-21. All 14 Big Ten schools are represented, with Michigan leading the way with 30 representatives (24 competitors and six coaches). The Wolverines are followed by Penn State (24), Indiana (17), Wisconsin (16), Ohio State (14) and Nebraska (11). Of the 154 overall representatives, 126 are competitors, including 27 who will be students on Big Ten campuses this fall. The Big Ten contingent of current and former students, coaches and alumni includes 66 members

Which teams have most favorable crossover foes? Least favorable?

With the addition of a ninth Big Ten game, there will be three crossover games, compared to two previously, and all Big Ten East teams play two of them at home; the Big Ten West will get two home crossovers in 2017. Here's a breakdown of the 2016 crossovers.