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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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  • Chicago Bears fall 36-10 to Minnesota Vikings

    Chicago Bears fall 36-10 to Minnesota Vikings
    MINNEAPOLIS -- The Bears solved a few problems Sunday in their 36-10 loss to the Vikings. Instead of playing poorly in the first quarter, they played poorly in the second quarter -- giving up 24 points. Instead of overthrowing receivers on sure...
  • Cliffs Notes For The Colts: Wild Card Week

    Cliffs Notes For The Colts: Wild Card Week
    In a week where the Colts play spectators, the alarm clocks take on some extra meaning. "I'm not really a morning guy," said defensive end Robert Mathis, but he's becoming one this week. As one of the major changes during this week off for the Colts,...
  • Percy Harvin a quick learner for Vikings

    Quickness is Percy Harvin's game. Always has been. So maybe no one should be surprised at how quickly he made the transition from being a productive all-around player in an unconventional college offense to being a productive all-around player in a...
  • 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...
  • Hansbrough, Griffin await rare matchup

    Hansbrough, Griffin await rare matchup
    Roy Williams says he'd rather eat a peanut-butter cookie than watch Tyler Hansbrough and Blake Griffin play one-on-one. Smart guy, ol' Roy. North Carolina's Hansbrough and Oklahoma's Griffin have both earned national player-of-the-year honors, but...
  • From Aug. 1, 2010: Travis Hughes and Curtis Grant possibly could be the latest top recruits to leave the state

    If Curtis Grant and Travis Hughes seem a little too comfortable with the recruiting process, maybe even positively giddy at times when discussing their options, it probably has a lot to do with the fact college football coaches from coast-to-coast are...
  • Seahawks Lose to Vikings, 24-13

    Seahawks Lose to Vikings, 24-13
    Opening night is less than two weeks away and Brett Favre and the Minnesota Vikings are still trying to figure out exactly what they have in a banged-up receiving corps and a rotating offensive line. Favre's two newest targets made pretty good...
  • "Fantasy football Week 2: Rare Week 1 win, but I'll take it"

    In any fantasy sport, I rarely win the first matchup. It actually troubles me if I do, as I’ve rarely started 1-0 and comfortably made the playoffs. This season, I don't think that will happen. Since Percy Harvin had a subpar game Thursday...
  • Michael Vick Football Camp will include McNabb, other top names

    Michael Vick Football Camp will include McNabb, other top names
    The conversation took place 15 years ago at a summer football camp. But to this day, Michael Vick remembers the encouragement and advice he received from NFL superstar Bruce Smith. "He sat down and told me I had all the skills and all the talent to go to...
  • 2005 All-Southern footbal team: Mustain ready to take flight, but to where?

    SPRINGDALE, Ark. -- A couple of times each week, to get away from it all, Mitch Mustain heads to his town's tiny airport. He punches in at Pinnacle, an executive charter company, and spends a shift handling $10 million Learjets that ferry businessmen to...