In case you missed it: Oct. 26

In case you missed it, here were the top sports stories from

FOX Sports Florida from Saturday, Oct.


* Florida Atlantic was overwhelmed by Auburn and its freshman quarterback Jeremy Johnson in a big loss to the ranked Tigers. Read More

* Florida International couldn’t slow down Kenneth Dixon as they lost at home to visiting Louisiana Tech on Saturday night. Read More

* Ondrej Palat and Martin St. Louis both scored in the third period as the Lightning finished off their homestand with a victory against the Sabres. Read More

* There was no letdown this time around. Florida State got its revenge against NC State in a big way, showing the kind of focus and play that they will need heading into a showdown with fellow unbeaten Miami next weekend. Read More

* Florida State 48, NC State 17: Bob Ferrante breaks down the Seminoles

and their big victory Saturday, on in which freshman quarterback Jameis

Winston threw three touchdowns, giving him 23 on the season. Read More


Florida State turned it on early and often, racking up 35 points in the

first quarter in a dominating effort against NC State, which had

spoiled their season last year. Read More

* Florida Atlantic linebacker Freedom Whitfield was taken to the hospital after being injured in a collision during Saturday’s game against Auburn. Read More

* The Heat trimmed their roster to the regular-season limit of 15 players, and Michael Beasley and Roger Mason Jr. were among those not cut, seemingly securing their positions on the Miami roster. Read More

* Playing in their first game since being out from under the shadow of waiting for NCAA rulings, Miami made the most of it with a comeback victory at home. Now they can get back to focusing strictly on football. Read More

* The Magic exercised their team options on Nikola Vucevic, Tobias Harris, Maurice Harkless and Andrew Nicholson, locking them up through the 2014-15 season. Read More

* Running back Duke Johnson came up big when the Hurricanes need it most, scoring twice in the fourth quarter to help Miami remain unbeaten. Read More

* Miami 24, Wake Forest 21: Christina De Nicola takes a look at what we learned from Miami’s comeback victory against Wake Forest on Saturday. Read More

* USF was held without an offensive touchdown for the third straight game as they fell in a big way to visiting Teddy Bridgewater and Louisville. Read More