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Harvin was in a similar situation two years ago. He was knocked out of the game in Tallahassee after slamming his head into a linebacker's knee. But he was back on the field the following week in Atlanta and earned most valuable player honors against Arkansas in the league title game.
He ran six times for 105 yards and a touchdown and caught five passes for 62 yards and a score.
"He plays well in this game," Meyer said. "He made that very clear to me a couple thousand times in the last two days. I love him."
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