In case you missed it: Oct. 19

In case you missed it: Oct. 19

Published Oct. 20, 2013 9:31 a.m. ET

In case you missed it, here were the top sports stories from FOX Sports Florida from Saturday, Oct. 19:

* Florida State 51, Clemson 14: Bob Ferrante takes a look at what we learned from the Seminoles’ big road victory against Clemson on Saturday night. Read More
* Florida State’s dismantling of No. 3 Clemson on the road says at least one thing: The Seminoles are legitimate national title contenders, and they have the ability to make the second half of the season very interesting. Read More

* Freshman quarterback Jameis Winston threw for 444 yards and three touchdowns as Florida State blasted Clemson in Death Valley in a thoroughly dominating victory. Read More

* After falling to Missouri -- making it two straight losses for Florida -- the Gators enter their bye week in a three-way tie for second place in their division and full of questions and searching for answers. Read More

* Florida has struggled to score all season, but the No. 22 Gators experienced problems on both sides of the ball Saturday at No. 14 Missouri. The team allowed 500 yards in a 36-17 loss, the most under coach Will Muschamp since he arrived in 2011. Read More

* With Mike Miller departed and some reserve minutes up for grabs, veteran James Jones is making his case for being one of the Heat’s top options off the bench. Read More

* Dwyane Wade scored 25 points to lead all scorers as the Heat throttled the Spurs in a preseason rematch of last season’s NBA Finals. Read More
* Gregg Popovich and his San Antonio Spurs were back at the scene of their excruciating Games 6 and 7 defeats in last season's NBA Finals. Memories, Pop? "No, I haven't thought about it at all," the coach said sarcastically. "Are you serious? I think about it every day." Read More

* The Panthers stayed even with the visiting Wild through three periods and the overtime period, before Jonathan Huberdeau and Brad Boyes both scored in the shootout and goalie Tim Thomas stopped two shots to help Florida snap its losing streak. Read More

* Goalie Ben Bishop allowed four goals on 17 shots, and the Lightning failed to muster much offensive pressure as Tampa Bay was shut out by the visiting Bruins. Read More