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.

26:

* 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

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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