In case you missed it: March 29

In case you missed it here were the top featured stories on FOX Sports Florida from Friday, March 29. 
* Gators bench helps slam the door in Cinderella’s face in 62-50 victory over FGCU. Read More
* Florida advanced to the Elite Eight for the third consecutive season, ending the dream run of Florida Gulf Coast. Read More
* The Lightning won Jon Cooper’s head coaching debut, a nice early return for what is a long-term investment in the young coach. Read More 
* Brooklyn Nets reserve Jerry Stackhouse says he is likely to retire after this season but expects to stay in basketball. Read More
* LeBron James was on fire in the first half, knocking down six 3-pointers in less than six minutes as the Heat cruised past the Hornets on Friday. Read More 
* The Lightning rallied back, with Alex Killorn scoring in the final 20 seconds of regulation to tie the game before Tampa Bay beat the Devils in a shootout. Read More
* Tobias Harris scored 30 points and had 11 rebounds as the Magic held off a Washington rally to snap their losing streak and beat the Wizards. Read More 
* Miami’s Pat Riley didn’t take too kindly to Boston’s Danny Ainge commenting on LeBron James, so the Heat president, normally not prone to public statements, let go of a terse (yet powerful) response. Read More
* Jeremy Hellickson, the Rays No. 2 starter, feels ready for the start of the season despite giving up six earned runs in three innings in Tampa Bay’s loss to the Tigers. Read More 
* Denver Nuggets coach George Karl says he was surprised by how long Chris Andersen was unsigned before the Heat picked him up. Read More
* Charlie McCarthy takes a look at the Marlins pitching rotation for the upcoming season, who their key pieces are and where the biggest questions lie. Read More 
* The Rays have named Roberto Hernandez as the fifth starter in their pitching Rotation. Read More 
* The NCAA alleges that the University of Miami ignored the acts made by Nevin Shaprio. Read More