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Percy Harvin

The former University of Florida Gators player was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the first round of the 2009 NFL Draft after leaving college one year early. Harvin was instrumental along with quarterback Tim Tebow in the Gators' 2009 Natioinal Championship win over Oklahoma and the 2007 National Championship win over Ohio State.
The former University of Florida Gators player was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the first round of the 2009 NFL Draft after leaving college one year early. Harvin was instrumental along with quarterback Tim Tebow in the Gators' 2009 Natioinal Championship win over Oklahoma and the 2007 National Championship win over Ohio State. « Show less

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  • Top football stars highlight this summer's Peninsula sports camps

    When it comes to summer camps on the Peninsula, football still reigns as the No. 1 attraction. And for good reason. The camps are usually loaded with some of the biggest names in the game. For this summer's camps, those names don't get any bigger than...
  • Win sets up a seven-week race

    Win sets up a seven-week race
    Lovie Smith didn't make small talk about Sunday's meeting with the Minnesota Vikings when he called it the biggest game in these parts in some time. He was all-in, and you got the sense Smith was putting the future of a make-or-break season on a Week...
  • Payne an improbable U.Va. star

    In the 2005 state championship game, Oakton High's Keith Payne dominated Landstown's Percy Harvin. Four years later, Payne was out of football, a certifiable bust at the University of Virginia. Meanwhile, Harvin was earning NFL Offensive Rookie of the...
  • Lions Hold On for 34-28 Win Over Vikings

    Lions Hold On for 34-28 Win Over Vikings
    Stephen Tulloch recovered a fumble in the end zone two minutes into the game, Alphonso Smith returned an interception for a score in the second quarter, and a defensive stop in the final moments kept the Lions in the thick of the playoff race. With...
  • Bears head into uncertain offseason after ending 5-game skid

    Bears head into uncertain offseason after ending 5-game skid
    MINNEAPOLIS — Now the hard work begins. The Bears ended a five-game losing streak that crippled a promising season, edging the NFC North cellar-dwelling Vikings 17-13 on Sunday at the Metrodome and setting the stage for a pivotal offseason....
  • Meyer is great, but Spurrier is still UF's best

    MIAMI — A few minutes after Urban Meyer won his second national title in three seasons, I asked University of Florida Athletic Director Jeremy Foley a question that left him momentarily speechless. Has Urban Meyer — only four years into...
  • Football champs bask in glory in Gainesville

    Gator fever rocked the house as the University of Florida welcomed its football heroes home. More than 12,000 fans went wild at the O'Dome on Tuesday in a salute to the team that captured its second national championship one night earlier, as UF became...
  • Pro Picks: Not a good week to be a fan of the Bucs, Dolphins or Jags, but Pack rolls on

     
       Personal Note No. 1 — Thanks to Florida Citrus Sports and Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf in Lake Buena Vista for inviting me to Thursday night's Mini Open fundraiser tournament. Great fun and here's two scores you should know — Mike Bi...
  • Vikings Crush Seahawks, 35-9

    Vikings Crush Seahawks, 35-9
    The doubters lined up to chastise Brett Favre for ending a second retirement to play for the Minnesota Vikings. One by one, they have been silenced by the 40-year-old's incredible 10-game start in purple. The most efficient performance of his career...
  • Tajh Boyd profile

    Tim Boyd is a Navy man, so it makes sense that he'd run a tight ship. His oldest son, Tajh, is a football hero and Big Man On Campus at Phoebus High, but the rules at home still apply. Among them: No driver's license, at least not yet. Doesn't matter...
  • W & M thrillers, I-AA finals among finest

    Oct. 26, 1985 — VMI 39, William and Mary 38. Quarterback Al Comer scored at the gun to pull VMI within a point, and James Wright got the two-point conversion on a flanker reverse to cap a wild game at Alumni Field. Thirty-two points in the fourth...
  • Urban Meyer a gracious guest at FAU

     
    Yeah, it???s the Gators on the fields behind The Oxley, but the publicity is not all bad. Media from around the country have arrived in South Florida to smother Florida and Oklahoma, and having them on campus will be......