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  • July 3, 2019
    导出博客文章NORMAN, Okla. -- University of Oklahoma President David Boren says the
    university plans to extend the contract of head football coach Bob Stoops
    through the 2020 season. Boren announced Thursday that he will recommend that
    the OU Board of Regents take formal action at its September meeting. In a
    statement, Boren praised the 14-year head coach for the progress of the football
    program, saying he "revived one of the great college football traditions."
    Stoops has guided the Sooners to 14 consecutive bowl appearances and amassed a
    149-37 record since he was named head coach in 1999. He won a BCS National
    Championship in 2000. Stoops received a contract extension two years ago to keep
    him as Oklahomas head coach through 2018 and pay him $34.5 million over seven
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    goalie Anton Khudobin on injured reserve with an unspecified lower-body injury.
    CINCINNATI -- Anthony Rizzo saw the ball ricochet across the outfield and kicked
    his legs into high gear, deciding he was going to try to touch `em all. His
    sides were aching by the time he slid safely into home plate.Rizzo legged out
    his first inside-the-park homer on Wednesday -- a fitting final touch to a
    series full of unusual moments -- and the Chicago Cubs beat the Cincinnati Reds
    9-2 for a three-game sweep that put them back on solid footing after a rough
    stretch.They were on top of it, man, after a long one last night, Chicago
    starter Kyle Hendricks said.The Cubs went 1-6 last week, hurt by an
    injury-depleted lineup and a balky bullpen. With thousands of Cubs fans in the
    stands at Great American Ball Park for each game, they pulled off an
    invigorating sweep.The NL Central leaders won the opener 11-8 as Kris Bryant
    became the first major leaguer with three homers and two doubles in a game. They
    won 7-2 in 15 innings Tuesday night in a game that featured Javier Baezs grand
    slam and three relievers playing left field alternately.Manager Joe Maddon went
    with a lot of his young backups after the long night. They piled up a dozen hits
    and made impressive plays all over the field.A bunch of babies played in that
    game today, Maddon said. They were inexperienced, they were young, and they came
    out and played hard and played well.There was more wackiness, too.Rizzo drove in
    three runs in the first inning off left-hander Cody Reed (0-2) with the Cubs
    first inside-the-park homer since 2011, when Tony Campana circled the bases
    against Cincinnati. Left fielder Adam Duvall cut in front of center fielder
    Billy Hamilton but couldnt get to the ball, which deflected off Hamiltons
    cheek.Rizzo couldnt remember the last time he circled the bases that way.Maybe
    Little League? he said. Nothing like that. Ill take it.Hamilton left the game to
    get tested for a concussion. He missed a week earlier this month after suffering
    a concussion when he slid into third base and got hit in the head.We both called
    for it at the same time, Duvall said. I thought we were going to collide. I
    didnt take my eye off the ball, but I mightve flinched a little bit. It hit him
    pretty good. It ended up rolling pretty far.Hendricks (6-6) gave up Duvalls 22nd
    homer annd went 6 2/3 innings, throwing 117 pitches to rest a bullpen worn out
    from pitching and playing the outfield.dddddddddddd He also drove in a run with
    a squeeze bunt.Hendricks didnt get to play the outfield, though -- not this
    time, anyway.The way things are going, you never know, he said.Addison Russell
    and Albert Almora Jr. had solo shots for the Cubs, who hit 10 homers during the
    series. Baez had three more hits on Wednesday. Rizzos homer gave him a 10-game
    hitting streak during which hes gone 17 for 36.The Cubs have the major leagues
    best record at 51-26. Theyre 9-1 against the Reds this season and have won 12 of
    their last 13 against their NL Central rival.The Cubs 27 runs in the series
    matched their second-highest total of the season for a three-game stretch.They
    also turned in more good defensive plays. Right fielder Ben Zobrist threw out
    Joey Votto at the plate as he tried to score from second on Jay Bruces single in
    the third.SLAMMEDResearch into Baezs 15th-inning slam found that it was the
    latest by inning in Cubs history. Also, it was only the third in baseball
    history to happen in the 15th inning or later. New Yorks Tino Martinez hit one
    in the 15th in 1996, and Bostons Clyde Vollmer hit one in the 16th inning in
    1951, according to STATS information provided by the team. The Cubs hadnt scored
    five runs so late in a game since 1927.TRAINERS ROOMCubs: Maddon gave LHP Travis
    Wood the day off after he played left field and pitched in relief Tuesday
    night.Reds: 2B Brandon Phillips was in the lineup despite getting hit in the
    ribs and taking a foul off his left ankle Tuesday night. He had a single in four
    at-bats.UP NEXTCubs: RHP John Lackey (7-4, 3.29 ERA) opens a four-game series at
    New York against the Mets. Hes coming off his worst outing of the season, when
    he allowed seven runs in 4 1/3 innings of a loss at Miami last Saturday.Reds:
    LHP Brandon Finnegan (3-6, 3.83) opens a four-game series at Washington. He has
    lost his last two starts, giving up seven earned runs in 11 2/3 innings. The
    Reds dont play at home again until July 15.---Follow Joe Kay on Twitter: Cheap
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