Found July 14, 2013 on The Sports Post:
I was a little late to the Sharknado party. I didn't realize how much attention the Syfy channel movie was getting until it premiered July 11th. I haven't seen it, and don't plan on ever watching it, so everything I know about it is based on what I've read. Still, a light went off in my head when I read a description of the movie: "A monstrous storm devastates Los Angeles, leaving the streets flooded and infested with sharks." A violent tornado filled with sharks that leaves a path of destruction in its wake? Is the physical manifestation of this environmental disaster not Marshall Henderson? He has a history of legal problems, his path has led him to leave multiple schools, and his go-to celebration after a big basket is the land shark! If you think the announcement of his indefinite suspension from Ole Miss and the premiere of Sharknado being less than 36 hours apart is a mere coincidence, you are sorely mistaken. The Marshall Henderson storm first to...
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