GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -Florida receiver Percy Harvin missed his fifth consecutive practice Wednesday and likely won't play against Florida Atlantic.
Coach Urban Meyer said Harvin spent part of the day in the school's health care center, where he received intravenous fluids to help him fight a sinus infection and migraine headaches.
Harvin, the team's leading receiver and third-leading rusher, didn't make the trip to South Carolina for last weekend's game against the Gamecocks because of his symptoms.
It's unclear when Harvin will return to practice, but the 14th-ranked Gators probably won't risk playing him Saturday against Florida Atlantic.

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