In case you missed it: Dec. 4

In case you missed it, here were the top stories from FOX Sports Florida from Wednesday, Dec. 4:

* State Attorney Willie Meggs will announce his decision on whether to bring sexual assault charges against Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston on Thursday. Read More

* Bolts bits: Steven Stamkos returned to the ice, if only to shoot pucks and practice stickhandling while standing on a mat on the ice. The Lightning have found out what it’s like to play without him. Read More

* Could a decision soon be made on the future of ace David Price? Andrew Friedman, Rays executive vice president of baseball operations, addressed the situation on Wednesday. Read More

* Olivier Vernon, the Dolphins second-year defensive end’s 10.5 sacks, are tied for fifth-most in the NFL. Despite the production, Vernon is not among 57 defensive ends listed on the NFL’s Pro Bowl ballot. Read More

* Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston was named Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year, becoming the first underclassman to earn the honor. Read More

* With winter meetings set for next week, Andrew Astleford offers up five key moves by the Rays in the recent past, all of which have impacted the organization’s future in some way. Read More

* Andrew Friedman discussed the Rays’ three-team trade on Tuesday as well as previews the teams priorities this offseason in a Q&A. Read More

* First-year coordinator Jeremy Pruitt has led Florida’s State’s top-ranked defense despite the departure of two top players and three assistants upon his arrival in January. He is a finalist for the Broyles Award given to the nation’s top assistant coach. Read More

* checked in with color analyst Jeff Turner to get the latest on the Magic. Read More

* Rion Brown scores 25 points on 8 of 14 shooting for Miami, but the Hurricanes can’t overcome scoring just 13 first-half points. Read More