ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) The Orlando school is installing extra steel beams in the stadium to reduce the bounce effect caused when fans start jumping in unison. Fans have been deliberately jumping to increase the
effect at a stadium some people call the "trampoline.''
But some people attending the games don't like it.
School officials said Friday the work will cost about $400,000
and should be done by the time the UCF Knights play their first
home game on Aug. 30.
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