Posted March 16, 2013 on
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – It’s possible now to say that something good might have come of Ole Miss’ thought-to-be bubble busting loss to Mississippi State.
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Marshall Henderson trolled Florida mid-game doing the Gator Chomp after hitting a big shot. He and the Rebels topped Florida for the 2013 SEC Basketball Tournament title.
The most entertaining — and controversial — player in college basketball is headed for the Big Dance.
Marshall Henderson and the Ole Miss Rebels clinched the SEC title and an automatic tournament bid with 66-63 comeback win over a Florida squad likely bound for a top-three seed. Henderson played a game-high 39 minutes, totaled 21 points and was, of course, anything but humble...
Marshall Henderson and Ole Miss really need to make the 2013 NCAA tournament for sheer entertainment value. The Rebels advanced to the Southeastern Conference semifinals with Friday night’s win over Missouri. Thanks to Henderson — and the scrum the teams had in their meeting at Mizzou earlier this year— Ole Miss and Missouri is now a sort-of rivalry...
Just look at that smile on Marshall Henderson. It has to be driving his haters crazy. After winning the MVP of the SEC tournament and helping Ole Miss upset Florida in Nashville on Sunday, Henderson was playfully and kiddingly ‘handcuffed’ by a cop, according to the tweet below from Rebels’ teammate Murphy Holloway. Holloway scored 23 points and Henderson added...
Just as he did to Missouri’s fans on Friday night, Marshall Henderson of Ole Miss trolled the Florida fans on Sunday afternoon in Nashville. Henderson helped the Rebels take a six-point lead over No. 13 Florida in the second half of the SEC title game. Not the type to miss an opportunity to enrage the fans of the opposition, Henderson did the Gator Chomp motion...
Coming off a seven-win season and a top-five recruiting class, Ole Miss heads into spring practice with momentum on its side. The Rebels return 15...
Ole Miss ace Bobby Wahl limited the Hogs to just three hits as the Rebels powered to a 7-1 victory over Arkansas in the SEC opener Friday night. Preston Overbey's grand slam in the second was all the Rebels needed.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- It didn't matter how Ole Miss won Saturday, just so long as the Rebels won.