Harvin off to NFL, but Spikes stays

There are 4 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Jan 16, 2009, titled Harvin off to NFL, but Spikes stays. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

Despite the departure of do-it-all wide receiver Percy Harvin to the NFL Draft on Thursday, the Gators are maximizing their leadership with the return of linebacker Brandon Spikes to accompany quarterback Tim ...

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Hugh Jorgan

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#1 Jan 16, 2009
Harvin's smarter than he looks. He'll make millions in the NFL as opposed to only hundreds at UF.
dwj

Hollywood, FL

#3 Jan 17, 2009
Good! I am glad he is gone. I think he was more important to the team than tebag. they will be good, but They won win another c'ship. Enjoy tebag while he lasts. Once he is gone, uf is back to normal and tebag will be another has-been. He will be a college great, nfl bust. Enjoy next year gators, it will be rough going after that. Bitches!
Hunter

West Palm Beach, FL

#4 Jan 17, 2009
dwj wrote:
Good! I am glad he is gone. I think he was more important to the team than tebag. they will be good, but They won win another c'ship. Enjoy tebag while he lasts. Once he is gone, uf is back to normal and tebag will be another has-been. He will be a college great, nfl bust. Enjoy next year gators, it will be rough going after that. Bitches!
Silly post! You all said the Gators were thru after Meyer won his first NC. You all claimed he couldn't win with his own players. Now that that myth has been disspelled you come up with another theory why the Gators will fall. Funny stuff you desperate people come up with! Sorry, but the Gators are here to stay. They have top recruiting classes year after year and the cupboard is stocked with plenty of talent to sustain their winning ways! See ya', wouldn't want to be a Gator opponent!
Mike Huffman

Peel, AR

#5 Jan 18, 2009
I don't blame Harvin at all, truth is, if I were young, had the talent some of these young men have, with the money the N.F.L. offers, and with the fraility of an anemic economy, I'd jump on it. The league minimum pays better then any upturn lawyer or doctor, besides, if he's alive in ten years, he can always return to Gainsville and get his diploma. I believe Florida will be competitive for several years, however, there are other great teams, Texas, U.S.C., Alabama, Oklahoma, to name a few.

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