Marshall Henderson's status as a "phenomenon," as Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy described it, came out of nowhere last winter. Unfortunately for the Rebels, Henderson's troubled history with the law is a bit more familiar.
The senior and reigning SEC tournament MVP had three run-ins with police over the summer, including one in which he was found with possession...
During a traffic stop on May 4, a police report indicates a search of Marshall Henderson's car turned up "a small amount of what appeared to be cocaine."
Marshall Henderson set the college basketball world on fire last season with both his play and his antics, but it appears as if fans may have seen the last of him. Details of the story are still developing, but it appears
NOTHING BUT TROUBLE
Everyone's favorite college hoops bad boy has been suspended indefinitely by Ole Miss, reportedly for failing a drug test.
Well, apparently it’s “Ring Day” in the world of college sports. Earlier, we showed you pictures of the rings that the Florida State Seminoles received for winning the ACC in football — now, we’re moving over to the hardwood. Ole Miss won the SEC Tournament back in March, defeating Florida 66-63 in the tournament final. Today, Marshall Henderson tweeted out a picture of...
Because anything less would have been civilized. But did the crowd provoke him?
Actor Morgan Freeman took a picture with some Ole Miss cheerleaders when he attended Tuesday night's basketball game against Kentucky. No word if any fans at the game mistook Freeman for Bill Russell.
Photo via @birds_word. H/T Sportress.
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On Tuesday night, beloved and gifted actor Morgan Freeman was in attendance for the basketball game between Kentucky and Ole Miss in Oxford. And while the No. 16-ranked Runnin’ Rebels were unable to defend their home court against the Wildcats, losing 87-74, the loss did not appear to prevent Mr. Freeman from at least having a good time during some portion of the night’s festivities...
This is getting tough, folks. There's only so much I can do to take a bad situation and find a way to make it seem like the sky isn't falling. I'm to the point that I don't want to think about it. I definitely don't want to blogle about it, and I know you probably don't want to read about it. But in the spirit of consistency and never giving up, let's...
At this time last year, it looked as if New York-native Derrick Millinghaus, a 5′-10″ point guard, was headed to Saint Bonaventure. After relocating from Schenectady (NY) to North Carolina, and first playing at Queen City Prep (NC) and then Believe Prep (NC), Millinghaus is now headed to Ole Miss, as the fifth member of the Rebels’ [...] Related posts:
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