6:15 PM Jewish students at the University of Georgia are upset that this year's homecoming football game against Vanderbilt will take place on Yom Kippur, meaning the students won't be able to attend the game.
Some college football players like to stay in shape in the offseason with a little workout at the gym. Others like to put on their running shoes & go jogging. And then there are those that like to pummel parking garages.
(“No Parking” can also stand for “No Punching”)
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UCF FANS KEEP NEW STADIUM REALLY ROCKIN’ & ROLLIN’: Excitement with the University of Central Florida football team and new stadium have fans shaking in the stands - literally:
The ORLANDO SENTINEL reports that seat-dwellers at Bright House Networks Stadium have discovered that strong & simultaneous jumping can make the stands bounce.
Fans get into the rocking rhythm when Zombie Nation is played over the loudspeakers. Some have nicknamed the new stadium “The Trampoline”.
Some spectators are worried that the bombardment of bouncing could be causing structural damage. But UCF officials and engineers say they’ve inspected the stadium, and The Trampoline appears to be safe.
Bright House Stadium will be bouncing again on Saturday, as a capacity crowd is expected to see the Golden Knights take on Tulsa in the Conference USA Championship Game.