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Marshall Henderson is one of the more polarizing college basketball players in recent history. He’s had issues off the court, and is absolutely wild on it. He looks like he’s going to shoot the ball every time he touches it, and rarely seems like he’s ready to pass. The Ole Miss guard shoots over 15 times per game, with nearly 11 of those attempts coming from three. In other words, he is the definition of a gunner. And who can forget the time he mocked Florida fans after beating the Gators in the SEC Championship game? Well, Ole Miss has been eliminated from the NCAA tournament, and the Florida Gators are still fighting. So, in order to support his conference, Marshall Henderson is apparently now supporting the Gators. #GATORCHOMP FEVER OUT HERE IN THE DFW!!! LETS GOOO!! #SEC — marshall henderson (@NativeFlash22) March 29, 2013   #AYEEE #GATORCHOMP TIME!!! bout to end this cinderella #SEC — marshall henderson (@NativeFlash22) March 30, 2013   #GATORCHOMPS ALL AROUND!! — marshall henderson (@NativeFlash22) March 30, 2013 So, there you have it. One minute he’s mocking Florida, the next minute he’s rooting for them. Would you expect anything else out of Marshall Henderson? Remember, this is the guy who throws ice into the stands, and is routinely in pictures partying and drinking just hours after games. He’s clearly a free spirit, for better or worse. -Mark Evans, Assistant Manager/Editor of Content Follow us on Twitter The post Marshall Henderson Now Supporting Florida Gators appeared first on Pass The Pill - Kings of Hoops.

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