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By The Associated Press
Sunday, Feb. 14, 2010

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia University plans to beef up police presence outside the university's basketball arena after students rushing to get inside damaged two doors at a recent game.

WVU Police Chief Bob Roberts said students will be asked to enter single file for the Mountaineers' game against Seton Hall on Feb. 20. Bicycle racks will be placed near the doors to keep fans in an orderly line.

Roberts said about 28 officers, up from 24, will be on duty for the game.

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