In case you missed it: Dec. 10

In case you missed it: Dec. 10

Published Dec. 11, 2013 8:19 a.m. ET

In case you missed it, here were the top stories from FOX Sports Florida for Tuesday, Dec. 10:

* The Gators went down 10-3 early to Kansas, but then they clamped down and went on an impressive 21-0 run in order to take down the No. 13 Jayhawks in Gainesville. Read More

* Former quarterback Danny Wuerffel won plenty of awards during his time at Florida, and he can add one more to the list now. He became the 10th former Gator or UF coach to be enshrined in the College Football Hall of Fame. Read More

* Former Hurricanes quarterback Vinny Testaverde became the seventh Miami player to be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame when he was selected Tuesday night. Read More

* A broken pane of glass -- and then another broken pane -- made for an odd sight behind the Red Wings net, but it didn't blow the Panthers off course during their comeback win Tuesday night. Read More

* Maybe the Panthers should play the Red Wings more often. For the second time in four days, the Florida spoiled Detroit's thoughts of a victory, this time rallying for two goals in the third period before Brad Boyes scored the winner in a shootout. Read More

* The Lightning took a three-goal lead 11 minutes into the first period on the road against the Capitals, but superstar Alex Ovechkin scored four goals -- including the equalizer with about 30 seconds left in regulation -- as Tampa Bay fell in a shootout to Washington. Read More

* Heat Check: Charlie McCarthy breaks down what happened during Miami's rough road loss to the Pacers. Read More

* For one quarter, the Heat looked poised to blow out the Pacers. But Indiana clamped down on defense for the final three, leaving the Heat with a loss in a battle of the Eastern Conference's top two teams. Read More

* Scottie Wilbekin scored 18 points, and No. 19 Florida built a big lead early and was able to hold on at home in taking down No. 13 Kansas and uber-freshman Andrew Wiggins. Read More

* MLB's winter meetings have been a blur of activity through the first two days, but Rays executive vice president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman doesn't feel any pressure to move too quickly with baseball's biggest piece: pitcher David Price. Read More

* Yes, Dolphins defensive tackle Randy Starks has heard the jokes and the teasing, after a video of him being poked "below the belt" during the Steelers game went viral. Read More

* Hybrid tight end Charles Clay has developed into a potent weapon for the Dolphins, growing from a player whose blocking problems kept him off the field into someone who has three touchdown catches in the past two games. Read More

* The Marlins made it official Tuesday, signing free-agent first baseman/outfielder Garrett Jones to a two-year, $7.75 million deal, possibly spelling the end of Logan Morrison in Miami. Read More

* Miami Dolphins cornerback Dimitri Patterson has been placed on the reserve-injured list because of a groin injury that has bothered him since September. Reserve cornerback R.J. Stanford also went on the reserve-injured list Tuesday with a right leg injury. The moves end the season for both players. Read More

* One night he's registering the first triple-double of his NBA career. Three nights later, he's rejecting a shot at the rim by Carmelo Anthony. Two nights after that, he's going 2 of 11 from the floor with no assists and spending the entire fourth quarter on the bench. Call it the continuing education of Victor Oladipo. Read More

* Miami receiver Phillip Dorsett, who has been sidelined with a knee injury, took the field during the Hurricanes' open bowl practices. He expects to benefit from the additional preparation time and plans to be 100 percent when UM plays Louisville in the Dec. 28 Russell Athletic Bowl. Read More

* FOX Sports Florida will feature the Central Florida All-Star football game on at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Read More