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    Sunday, November 18, 2007

    Gator Injuries...Tebow Records...Harvin Will Return

    During the Gators scrub game with the FAU Owls, they had five defensive players - cornerbacks Joe Haden (ankle) and Wondy Pierre-Louis (wrist), defensive tackles Mike Pouncey (knee) and Lawrence Marsh (foot) and linebacker Brandon Spikes (knee) - leave the game either permanently or temporarily because of injury.


    The crying Gator,Tim Tebow, became the first player in NCAA Bowl Subdivision (formerly Division I-A) history to run for 20 touchdowns and throw for 20 touchdowns in a season. He also broke the SEC's single-season rushing touchdown record.

    UF wide receiver Percy Harvin, who has been battling a sinus infection and migraines for the past 12 days, was on the sideline Saturday, and Meyer said the sophomore could return to practice Monday. Harvin hasn't practiced since Nov. 7, and he didn't make the trip to South Carolina for the Gators' Nov. 10 game against the Gamecocks. He has been receiving IV treatment at UF's student health center throughout the past week.

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