In case you missed it: July 14

In case you missed it, here were the top stories on FOX Sports Florida from Sunday, July 14:

* The Rays keep on rolling, heading into the All-Star break brimming with confidence. Their task will be to maintain that success after the time off. Read More

* After a rough April and May, the Marlins have turned things around a bit of late, and that combined with the young talent they have, there are plenty of reasons for optimism around Miami. Read More

* The Marlins went to extra innings with the Nationals again on Sunday, but Steve Cishek and Miami were hit with a 5-2 loss. Read More

* Rays rookie Chris Archer threw the first complete game of his career in shutting out the Astros to give Tampa Bay a series win heading into the All-Star break. Read More

* Christian Yelich, the top Marlins hitting prospect, had two hits in the Futures Game to help the U.S. team win. Read More

* Pop star Carly Rae Jepsen was on hand at Tropicana Field for a concert following the Rays game, and she also ended up — in the loosest definition of the word — “throwing” out the first pitch. Read More

* Rays right-hander Alex Cobb continued his recovery from a head injury, throwing a live batting practice session on Sunday. Read More

* It will not be easy, but threatening to overtake the NFC South should be the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ goal this fall. The Bucs have the talent, though, and Andrew Astleford ranks the 10 most important players heading into the season. View Gallery

* A few hundred miles away from home at the University of Florida, Loucheiz Purifoy has gained a newfound celebrity around campus following his breakout season and the expectations that followed. But success has not come without adversity for one of the Gators’ most versatile players. Read More

* The UCF Knights and Penn State Nittany Lions will kick off the 2014 season in Dublin, Ireland, the schools announced Sunday. The Croke Park Classic will take place at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, August 30, 2014. Read More