In case you missed it: March 2

In case you missed it, here were the top stories featured on FOX Sports Florida from Saturday, March 2.
* The fifth-ranked Miami Hurricanes are unable to overcome No. 3 Duke and Ryan Kelly’s career-high 36 points in Durham, N.C. Read More 
* Florida Panthers goalie Jose Theodore left Saturday’s game against the Carolina Hurricanes with an apparent leg injury. Read More
* Jussi Jokinen scored twice and added an assist, and Riley Nash netted his first goal as part of a three-point night in the Hurricanes’ 6-2 victory over the Florida Panthers on Saturday night. Read More
* PGA Tour rookie Luke Guthrie and Michael Thompson survived some rough conditions and are tied heading into the final round at the Honda Classic on Sunday. Read More 
* With the Gators looking a little listless on offense and defense, coach Billy Donovan turned to reserve Casey Prather, who came in and helped spark Florida to a win against Alabama. Read More 
* Christian Yelich, the Marlins’ top position prospect, led off Saturday’s game with a home run, but Miami ended up tying the Mets 8-8. Read More 
* The Lightning were able to hang with the Bruins for most of the game, but a late penalty opened the door for Boston to score in the final minutes, and Tampa Bay fell 3-2 on the road. Read More 
* Miami Hurricanes football coach Al Golden was pleased with how his team looked at the start of spring practice on Saturday, saying they looked like they had picked up where they had left off after the season. Read More 
* Alex Cobb rebounded from his poor spring training debut with three dominant innings Saturday, helping the Rays to a 4-1 victory against the Orioles. Read More 
* Juwan Howard, a 19-year veteran who spent the past two seasons with the Heat, signed a 10-day deal with Miami on Saturday. Read More 
* It took a bit of doing, but the Gators were able to rally and come back for a home victory against visiting Alabama. Read More 
* Former Heat star Alonzo Mourning will be eligible for the Hall of Fame next year, but while he thinks the honor would be nice, he is focusing his life on something more than basketball accolades. Read More 
* Tiger Woods wanted to make a move in the Honda Classic. Instead, he shot another par round on Saturday. Read More