In case you missed it: March 26

BY foxsports • March 27, 2013

In case you missed it here were the top featured stories on FOX Sports Florida from Tuesday, March 26. 
* Steven Stamkos and Martin St. Louis each had a goal and an assist and the Lightning defeated the Buffalo Sabres 2-1 on Tuesday. Read More
* Joffrey Lupul scored twice in the third period, and Ben Scrivens made 40 saves in the Maple Leafs' 3-2 victory over the Florida Panthers on Tuesday night. Read More
* Brittney Griner had 33 points and 22 rebounds to go along with three impressive slam dunks in her final home game for Baylor, and the defending national champion Lady Bears beat Florida State 84-47 in the second round of the NCAA tournament Tuesday night. Read More 
* "Until the final buzzer goes in the last game of the season, I'm coming here to make the playoffs," said new Tampa Bay Lightning coach Jon Cooper. "I probably shouldn't say this out loud but when (Lightning general manager Steve Yzerman) offered me the job I said, 'Are you sure you want to do this? Because if you do this I'm going to try to screw up your draft (spot).'" Read More 
* Just two years on the job, Andy Enfield has managed to turn Florida Gulf Coast into the ultimate Cinderella story. Read More 
* So much about the Florida Gulf Coast’s Sweet 16 run in the South Regional – they play Florida on Friday in Arlington, Texas – is evidence of what can be done with little more than belief and ambition. Almost nothing about the Eagles as one of 16 teams left in the country makes sense. Read More 
* Miami (29-6, 15-3 ACC) and its fans hope the second Sweet 16 appearance in the program’s history goes better than the first.  The Canes lost to seventh-seeded Tulsa in 2000. Read More
* Reggie Johnson did not travel with the team to Washington D.C. for the Sweet 16, instead he stayed back after knee surgery. Read More 
* Outfielder Matt Diaz has agreed to a minor league contract with the Miami Marlins following his release by the New York Yankees. Read More 
* Pat Riley is now hailed as the architect of the Big Three. But he has remembered fondly being a member of the Magnificent Seven. Riley has won eight NBA titles as a player, assistant coach, head coach and executive. But 41 years ago, when Riley was trying to make an early mark in the league, there were simpler things that gave him a big thrill. Read More 
* Robert Hernandez allowed nine runs and 11 hits in six innings as the Rays were routed by the Phillies 10-1 on Tuesday. Read More 
* Giancarlo Stanton hits two homers, helping the Marlins beat the Nationals 8-5 on Tuesday. Read More 
* The Miami Heat have compiled more victories during a winning streak that threatens to make NBA history than the Orlando Magic have all season. But after coming close twice to defeating the Heat and playing them on even terms for the better part of three quarters Monday night, the Magic aren’t prepared to ordain LeBron James and company as unbeatable. Read More 
* Shane Battier had a 32-game winning streak in college and now has had 27- and 22-game runs in the NBA. Read More
* The matchup between Florida Gulf Coast and No. 3 seed Florida on Friday at Cowboys Stadium in the South Regional is a clash of Gigi Meyer’s past and present. She’s a volleyball player at FGCU, while her father, Urban, led the Gators to two national titles with a 65-15 record from 2005-10. Read More
* Bob Ferrante takeis a look at five key position battles for the Seminoles, who won the ACC and went 12-2 last season but are in the middle of a spring of change, with six new assistants and a number of starting jobs up for grabs. Read More

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