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Florida sports news roundup: Dolphins bash Jaguars, Bucs embarrassed and more

Rounding up sports news from the state of Florida after a busy NFL Sunday.

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It was a busy NFL Sunday in Florida sports, and SB Nation has you covered for all of the news in the state.

Dolphins Down Chad Henne and Jaguars 24-3, Move to 6-8 - The Phinsider -- The Dolphins smashed the Jaguars in an intrastate battle. The Phinsider recaps the dominant victory.

Jaguars vs. Dolphins final score: Jacksonville loses's all bad - Big Cat Country -- The Jaguars put forth yet another woeful effort against the Dolphins in a season full of them. Ten penalties for the Jaguars in the loss is another bad sign for the future of head coach Mike Mularkey.

10 Things We Think We Learned: Buccaneers vs. Saints II - Bucs Nation -- The Buccaneers were humiliated by the New Orleans Saints, 41-0, on Sunday, and many questions continue to swirl around the future of struggling quarterback Josh Freeman.

Florida State will hire Sal Sunseri as defensive coach - Tomahawk Nation -- Sal Sunseri will reportedly join the Florida State coaching staff as a linebacker or defensive end coach.

Chomping at Bits: How Florida lost to Arizona - Alligator Army -- One awful minute of terrible execution doomed the Gators on Saturday against Arizona.

Thoughts On Where The Rays Stand - DRaysBay -- The future of the Rays looks as bright as it was when the Rays burst onto the scene in 2008.

Fish Bites: If The Miami Marlins' Season Started Tomorrow - Fish Stripes -- The Miami Marlins haven't made anything close to a significant move this offseason to gain wins. Fish Stripes looks at what the roster would look like if the season began tomorrow.

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