In case you missed it: Dec. 7

In case you missed it, here were the top stories from FOX Sports Florida for Saturday, Dec. 7:

* Florida State took down Duke the same way the Seminoles have won nearly all their games this season: with a dominating defense and stellar play from Jameis Winston. And now that formula has FSU back in the national title game for the first time in 13 years. Read More

* Florida State 45, Duke 7: Bob Ferrante offers up his key takeaways from yet another dominating effort from the Seminoles. Read More

* Jameis Winston threw for three touchdowns and rushed for another as Florida State rolled through Duke to capture the ACC championship and secure its spot in the BCS national title game. Read More

* Heat Check: Charlie McCarthy breaks down how Miami took apart the Timberwolves on the road. Read More

* LeBron James came up two assists shy of a triple-double, and the Heat rebounded from two straight losses by dismantling the host Timberwolves in dominating fashion. Read More

* Tampa Bay’s Nate Thompson tied the game late in the second period, but the Lightning couldn’t overtake the Jets in falling in overtime to visiting Winnipeg. Read More

* Jonathan Huberdeau broke a tie with his third-period goal, and the Panthers held on to beat the Red Wings in Detroit for a rare road victory. Read More

* After leading the Seminoles to a perfect regular season record, Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher reportedly received a raise to make him one of the highest-paid head coaches in college football and an extension. Read More

* After a long wait, the Hurricanes and head coach Al Golden are excited for the opportunity to step onto a practice field and begin to prepare for their first bowl game since 2010. Read More

* Blake Bortles threw for 242 yards and ran for two touchdowns as No. 15 UCF celebrated a BCS bid already in hand by rallying to beat SMU 17-13 Saturday in front of just a few hundred fans who braved a brutal ice storm. Read More

* Dwyane Wade participated in the Miami Heat’s shoot-around on Saturday in advance of their Saturday night game against the Minnesota Timberwolves. Read More

* Ken Hornack lists Magic games with largely historical impact, not necessarily ones noteworthy for a particular play or individual feats. Read More