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Notebook: Central Florida wants out of WVU game

| Friday, January 21, 2005 12:00 a.m

Central Florida wants out of a scheduled football game at West Virginia next fall. Ahletic director Steve Orsini has informed West Virginia that the Golden Knights don’t plan to return to Mountaineer Field for the final game of a three-game series. He said Central Florida will try to find West Virginia another opponent or pay a $50,000 buyout fee stipulated in a contract signed in 1993. Said West Virginia athletic director Ed Pastilong: “Our loss is considerably more than $50,000. We’ve informed them we’re strongly considering suing them.”

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