In case you missed it: Oct. 18

In case you missed it, here were the top sports stories from FOX Sports Florida from Friday, Oct. 18:

* As he does from time to time, the Miami Heat’s LeBron James answered questions from his followers via Twitter on Friday night. Read More

*  Blake Bortles threw a 2-yard touchdown pass to Jeff Godfrey with 23 seconds left and Central Florida stunned No. 8 Louisville by rallying for a 38-35 victory on Friday night, ending the Cardinals’ perfect start. Read More

* During his 17 minutes on the floor Friday night, Jason Maxiell held Memphis’ Zach Randolph — a two-time All-Star — largely in check while grabbing four rebounds, three of which came on the offensive end. Read More

* Rookie Victor Oladipo scored  22 points but the Orlando Magic lost to the Memphis Grizzlies 97-91 victory on Friday night. Nik Vucevic played 26 minutes and finished with 13 points and 11 rebounds. Read More

* Three Tampa Bay Buccaneers players have been infected with MRSA. There’s no way to know if MRSA is behind the Bucs for good. They became the latest franchise to be entangled in the confusing, hard-to-beat condition. Read More

* Friday, there may have been a case of mistaken identity. Defensive end Da’Quan Bowers tweeted that his massage was canceled because someone thought he had MRSA. He didn’t seem too pleased either. Read More

* When the schedule came out, few expected Florida’s game at Missouri on Saturday to have this much meaning. At least not for the Tigers. Missouri’s second season in the SEC is going much better than its first, which included a 14-7 loss in Gainesville. How will the Gators bounce back from last week’s loss at LSU? How will the Tigers respond in their biggest home game since joining the conference? Read More

* A Florida State victory Saturday night over No. 3 Clemson at Death Valley would be elevated to No. 1 on Jimbo Fisher’s signature win list. A loss, of course, isn’t the end of the world for Florida State in 2013. The Seminoles’ goals of a national championship would be gone, but the Seminoles could still be in the running for a division title if Clemson tripped up a few times down the road. Read More

* The Spurs visit the Heat in a preseason game on Saturday night, the first time the teams will be seeing each other since playing Game 7 of what was an epic championship series that wrapped up four months ago. Read More

* Wide receiver Phillip Dorsett may be able to return this season after doctors determined he only partially tore a ligament in his left knee against North Carolina on Thursday night, and starting running back Duke Johnson was showing no ill effects after a shot to the head forced him out of the game with the Tar Heels in the early going. Read More

* Tampa Bay Rays pitching prospect Taylor Guerrieri was suspended 50 games without pay after a second positive test for a drug of abuse in violation of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program, Major League Baseball announced Friday. Read More

* Nick Bjugstad, a first-round pick of the Florida Panthers, may have to shed his allegiance to the Minnesota Wild, his favorite team. But it has not stopped the rookie from reminiscing about his childhood team — the one he’ll get to face for the first time Saturday night. Read More

* He may not always make his job look pretty, but Ben Bishop knows the dirty work in front of the net is no beauty pageant. Sprawling, stretching, contorting all of his 6-foot-7, 214 pounds into a pretzel — whatever does the trick to turn back the puck and keep opponents searching.  Read More