GAINESVILLE -- Florida sophomore Percy Harvin didn't practice again on Wednesday. Florida's best player (no offense Tebster) missed his fifth practice because of, according to Florida coach Urban Meyer, more symptoms related to a sinus infection.
Meyer said that Harvin visited the clinic today for fluids and tests. When asked if "clinic" meant "hospital," Florida's sports information department said they didn't know and that they would find out. Florida's sports information department never got back to the Miami Herald and a request to speak with Harvin's physician was also met with ignorance.
According to Meyer and Harvin's mother, Linda Harvin, Percy Harvin couldn't play against South Carolina because of migraine headaches. Linda Harvin did not return phone calls on Wednesday.