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Since yesterday, when we learned that Marshall Henderson was suspended indefinitely from Ole Miss, more news has surfaced on the rebel sharpshooter. Henderson was suspended due to failing numerous drug tests in his time at the university. However, this was far from Marshall’s first incident with the program. He was arrested in 2009 and in 2011 he served jail time for a violation of probation after he used counterfeit money to purchase 59 grams of marijuana. In June, the NCAA rebuked Henderson for an “inappropriate gesture” after Ole Miss lost to La Salle back in March. And before Henderson even stepped on Ole Miss’s court, he tested positive for both cocaine and marijuana.
According to ESPN’s Andy Katz, Ole Miss contacted Chris Herren in hopes of helping Marshall turn his life around — this is one of many times where the school tried to help Henderson learn from others’ mistakes.. Herren is a former NBA player who overcame a drug addiction while playing ball and is now a motivation...
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Everyone's favorite college hoops bad boy has been suspended indefinitely by Ole Miss, reportedly for failing a drug test.
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."
According to a report, Mississippi guard Marshall Henderson's recent traffic stop in which he was found in possession of marijuana and cocaine was not his first brush with law enforcement.
In the weeks prior to the May 4 incident that came to light on Thursday, Henderson had two previous run-ins with police in Oxford, Miss., in April, according to USA Today.
The Oxford police chief says Mississippi guard Marshall Henderson appeared to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana and cocaine during a traffic stop in May.
Henderson, a 6-foot-2 senior from Hurst, Texas, was suspended indefinitely by coach Andy Kennedy on Wednesday for ''violation of team rules,'' but no other reason was given.
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Yesterday, we told you about a report from the Wall Street Journal where Ole Miss guard Marshall Henderson was allegedly in possession of a small amount of cocaine and marijuana back in May. Henderson was recently suspended for what has been reported as a failed drug tests. Now, according to a recent USA Today report, Henderson was also found to have previous run-ins with police...
Ole Miss, suspended, superstar Marshall Henderson had previous run-ins with the law, according to a report from USA Today. Before the May 4 incident, where Henderson was stopped by police for a routine traffic stop, as police found marijuana and cocaine, it appears that Henderson had two run-ins with police back in April. According to one police report, Henderson, on April 27,...
If anyone knows exactly how drugs can derail a promising basketball career, it’s Chris Herren.
The Fall River, Mass., native struggled with drug abuse throughout his collegiate and professional career, with addiction forcing him out of the NBA and eventually into a rehab facility. Now clean and sober, Herren has become a motivational speaker, dedicating his life to keeping young...
Earlier today, we learned that Ole Miss basketball star Marshall Henderson has been suspended indefinitely by the school for a “violation of team rules”. We later found out, via CBS Sports’ Gary Parrish, that Henderson failed a drug test.
Now, via an Instagram video from Rebels linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche, we’ve learned that Henderson is “sad” about the whole ordeal...
Star Ole Miss sharpshooter and resident hothead Marshall Henderson has been suspended from the Rebels following a violation of team rules.
In a development that surprised absolutely no one, guard Marshall Henderson was suspended by Ole Miss this week for unspecified reasons, but it is believed that he failed drug test. This came in the aftermath of a cryptic Twitter post where he made reference to an ‘interesting’ #whitegirlwednesday.
It was not the first time Henderson has made waves on social media, during...
Send to KindleAfter Ole Miss lost in the Sweet Sixteen back in March, I told a coaching buddy of mine I wouldn’t be surprised if Marshall Henderson did something in the offseason to jeopardize his career.
I thought he seemed ill-equipped to handle his new-found fame and was enjoying his bad boy image a little too much. At this point, it looks like the streaky shooting guard needs...
Mississippi guard Marshall Henderson has been suspended
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