In case you missed it: Dec. 1

In case you missed it, here were the top stories from FOX Sports Florida from Sunday, Dec. 1:

* After a string of less-than-stellar performances, center Chris Bosh was thankful to be able to have a sizeable impact on helping the Heat battle back and beat the Bobcats. Read More

* Heat star LeBron James was close to being back to 100 percent, but he aggravated his back Friday and Toronto, and though he was able to score 26 points Sunday night against the Bobcats, the forward says he is still playing through soreness and stiffness. Read More

* Heat Check: Charlie McCarthy breaks down how Miami was able to pull itself together late and beat Charlotte, pushing the Heat’s win streak to 10. Read More

* It wasn’t pretty for a while, but the Heat were able to rally back at home and complete a comeback victory over the visiting Bobcats. Read More

* Florida State has Duke up next, but don’t expect the Seminoles to stray from their season-long script of taking each game one at a time. Read More
 
* Dolphins 23, Jets 3: Christina De Nicola offers up her key takeaways and observations from Miami’s victory Sunday, most notably how a dominant defense helped pave the way for the Dolphins all day. Read More

* Ryan Tannehill threw for 331 yards and two touchdowns, and the Miami defense made life miserable for New York as the Dolphins beat down the Jets to climb back to .500 and maintain its place in the push for the final AFC playoff spot. Read More
 
* Panthers 27, Buccaneers 6: Andrew Astleford examines the key elements from a blowout loss that snapped Tampa Bay’s recent string of good play and showed the Buccaneers that they still have plenty to work on. Read More
 
* The Buccaneers’ three-game win streak hit a big speed bump in Cam Newton, as Tampa Bay couldn’t hold off the red-hot Panthers on the road. Read More

* Buccaneers cornerback Darrelle Revis left Sunday’s loss to the Panthers during the third quarter after injuring his shoulder and chest. Read More

* Jaguars 32, Browns 28: Takeaways & observations — Ken Hornack presents his five takeaway points from the Jaguars’ victory at the Browns. Read More

* Cecil Shorts caught a 20-yard touchdown pass from Chad Henne with 40 seconds left, rallying the Jacksonville Jaguars to a 32-28 win over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.  Read More

* There’s a new No. 1 in college football. Florida State took the top spot in the coaches’ poll and Associated Press poll on Sunday afternoon, a day after the previous No. 1, Alabama, fell to Auburn and the Seminoles routed Florida 37-7. Read More

* Florida State’s Cameron Erving has been chosen the 2013 Atlantic Coast Conference offensive lineman of the year. The junior left tackle is the sixth player in school history to win the Jacobs Blocking Trophy for the No. 1-ranked Seminoles. Read More

* Florida confirmed Sunday that Muschamp fired offensive coordinator Brent Pease and offensive line coach Tim Davis less than 24 hours after the Gators (4-8) completed their first losing season since 1979. Read More

* Rion Brown slammed home a dunk with 33 seconds remaining in the second half, breaking a tie score and leading the Miami Hurricanes to a 60-57 win over Arizona State on Sunday afternoon at Honda Center to claim fifth place in the Wooden Legacy. Read More