In case you missed it: Nov. 23

November 24, 2013

In case you missed it, here were the top stories from FOX Sports Florida from Saturday, Nov. 23:

* It was long wait, but Glen Davis made the most of his return to the Magic, leading Orlando in scoring in his first game in almost 10 months. Read More

* In a season filled with frustration, the Gators had their worst loss of the season against Georgia Southern, yet another in a long line of obstacles Florida couldn't overcome. Read More

* Magic Musings: Glen Davis returned to the court for the first time since fracturing his foot Jan. 30, and he helped Orlando put together a much better effort against the Heat this time around, but it still wasn't enough in Miami. Read More

* Heat Check: When it mattered most, LeBron James came through, and then Dwyane Wade played some splendid defense on Orlando’s Arron Afflalo to help Miami squeak by with a win. Read More

* The Magic weren't able to hang on to their sizeable halftime lead in Miami, and LeBron James put the Heat ahead for good with 15.1 seconds left to give his team their sixth straight victory. Read More

* In their home finale, the Seminoles seniors got memorable sendoff, with Florida State putting on a scoring show unlike any other in the school's history. Read More

* Quarterback Jaquez Johnson threw for three touchdowns, and the Florida Atlantic defense added another as the Owls rolled right through visiting New Mexico State. Read More

* Florida State 80, Idaho 14: Bob Ferrante offers up his key observations from the Seminoles' dominating victory Saturday, one that left them perfect in Tallahassee this season. Read More

* University of Miami cornerback Ladarius Gunter was released from the hospital Saturday night after a short stay that head coach Al Golden says was a precautionary measure after Gunter was injured against Virginia. Read More

* The nightmare season for the University of Florida continued Saturday afternoon, when the Gators' losing streak hit six games with a home loss to Georgia Southern, an FCS team. Read More

* Florida State finished off its home slate of games in memorable fashion, blasting Idaho to the tune of a school-record 80 points. Read More

* The Hurricanes seniors have been through a lot during their time at Miami, and after finishing off with a victory in their final home game, they hope they have left a lasting legacy that the underclassmen can pick up and build upon. Read More

* Here are a few thoughts and observations on a rain-soaked afternoon when Miami (8-3, 4-3 ACC) didn't play its best football against Virginia (2-9, 0-7 ACC) yet sent its seniors off with a win. Read More

* Tracy Howard returned an interception 19 yards for a touchdown on the game's first snap, the first of four scores created by Miami's defense, and the Hurricanes kept their divisional title hopes alive by beating Virginia 45-26 on Saturday. Read More

* Patricia Carroll, the attorney for the alleged victim of Jameis Winston, released a statement late Friday night stating, "to be clear, the victim did not consent. This was rape." On Thursday, Winston's attorney, Tim Jansen, said he was not surprised that the Florida State quarterback's DNA was found in the victim's underwear. Jansen said that Winston voluntarily gave a DNA swab on Nov. 14, and the lawyer said the sex was consensual. Read More

* Florida quarterback Tyler Murphy, defensive end Jonathan Bullard and receiver Demarcus Robinson won't play Saturday against Georgia Southern. Read More