In case you missed it: Nov. 30

In case you missed it, here were the top stories from FOX Sports Florida from Saturday, Nov. 30:

* After finishing off the season with seven consecutive losses, including perhaps the worst ever against Georgia Southern last weekend and then with a lopsided defeat at the hands of FSU, head coach Will Muschamp and the Gators are ready to put a frustrating season behind them and work on getting better. Read More
* Florida State capped off its perfect regular season in perfect fashion Saturday afternoon, thrashing rival Florida on the road, leaving little to secure a spot in the national championship game. Read More

* Florida State 37, Florida 7: Bob Ferrante offers up his key takeaways from the Seminoles dominating victory over the Gators in Gainesville. Read More
* Scottie Upshall netted the only goal for the Florida Panthers, who were unable to cool off the red-hot Penguins in a home loss. Read More

* The Dolphins put offensive tackle Jonathan Martin on the reserve/non-football injury list, ending the season for the embattled player who left the team Oct. 28. Read More
* The Miami Hurricanes, coming off a victory over Pittsburgh on Friday, were eliminated from the ACC Coastal Division title hunt when Duke beat North Carolina on Saturday afternoon. Read More

* Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley says he’s not going to panic after the program’s first losing season since 1979. Foley held an impromptu news conference before the Gators’ season finale against No. 2 Florida State on Saturday, reiterating “total confidence” in coach Will Muschamp and adding that “we’ve got to fix some things” on the offensive side of the ball. Read More

* USF athletic director Doug Woolard’s car was vandalized outside the UCF stadium during Friday night’s game between the teams. The guilty party is unknown. Read More

* When the Florida Panthers traded Kris Versteeg to the Chicago Blackhawks for a pair of minor leaguers, the immediate reaction was skepticism. Turns out those minor leaguers — Dylan Olsen and Jimmy Hayes — are NHL ready and already contributing. Read More