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Texas A&M’s Heisman-winning quarterback Johnny Manziel knows a thing or two about having his every move scrutinized by the media. Manziel’s partying ways are written about (by us, as well) seemingly every other day.
Ole Miss’ basketball star Marshall Henderson has been getting similar treatment now for a few months, but with his Rebels recently winning the SEC Tournament and their second-round NCAA Tournament matchup against Wisconsin, it’s been taken to a whole new level.
Yesterday, Manziel actually reached out to Henderson on Twitter with some encouragement. Henderson appreciate the gesture, responding this morning.
@jmanziel2 preciate ya big dog!!! ima be in college station for chili fest if we dont make the final 4, gonna have ta link up
— marshall henderson (@NativeFlash22) March 24, 2013
If these two ever do meet up and hang out, the media may have a collective heart attack.
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Because anything less would have been civilized. But did the crowd provoke him?
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Marshall Henderson capped off his highly-publicized 2012-2013 season on Sunday the way most of us probably expected him to — by flipping off the fans. After Ole Miss lost to La Salle in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, Henderson gave some of the fans above the tunnel the double middle finger. He confirmed that he made the gesture after the game, telling reporters that a...
Ole Miss’ Marshall Henderson has become known for basically doing whatever he feels like, on and off the court. Tonight, after his Rebels lost to La Salle on a last-second shot with a spot in the Sweet 16 on the line, Henderson reportedly gave the crowd two middle fingers on his way to the locker room.
Whether or not there will be repercussions remains to be seen.
Well, it was a fun weekend of following Marshall Henderson, the trolling guard for the Mississippi Rebels. With La Salle sending him and the Rebels home, and dreams of a Sweet 16 dashed, Henderson gave a double middle finger salute to the crowd as he exited the floor in Kansas City. Via BSO: Marshall Henderson just gave the KC crowd double middle fingers. Classy. — RockChalkBlog...
The internet nearly exploded when Johnny Football reached out to Marshall Henderson over Twitter.
All of you haters can finally breath a sigh of relief. Marshall Henderson and his Ole Miss Rebels have been eliminated from the tournament after yesterday’s 76-74 loss against LaSalle. Henderson didn’t handle the loss well and reportedly flipped the crowd the double bird:
People were even more harsh on Twitter. There were death threats, assumptions of drug use and just all around...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. Marshall Henderson's frustration was mounting with each 3-pointer that rattled out or clanged off the back rim. If this was supposed to be his coming out party on a national stage, he may as well have sent everyone home and thrown the cake in the trash.
Henderson, the swagger-walking, trash-talking, standout for Ole Miss, had shot the kind of percentage you...
Marshall Henderson shook out of a shooting slump and scored 17 points in the second half, leading 12th-seeded Mississippi past No. 5 Wisconsin 57-46 on Friday, giving the Rebels their first NCAA tournament win since 2002.
For the cold-shooting Badgers (23-12), the upset loss snaps a string of six straight first-game victories. Ole Miss (27-8) trailed 25-22 at halftime and Henderson...
And if your bracket was full before this game, odds are it's not in place now.
Tournament heel Marshall Henderson started out the game going 3-for-17 from the field, but Ole Miss went on a run and closed out Wisconsin 57-46. A lot of people (whoever "people" are- commonly confused with "conventional wisdom") think that Ole...
Marshall Henderson says if Mississippi fans want to take it out on anybody, they can take it out on him.
Mississippi's swaggering shooting guard, who draws about as much attention as anyone else in college basketball, said he's to blame for La Salle's 76-74 victory in the third round of the NCAA tournament on Sunday.
''We should still be playing. I'm not...
Wisconsin's vaunted defense did its job, holding Mississippi to its lowest point total of the year.
It was the suspect offense that failed. The Badgers put up 59 shots against Ole Miss on Friday but made only 15 of them. So Bo Ryan's team headed home after a 57-46 loss that snapped a six-year string of first-game wins for one of the NCAA's most consistently successful...