Found January 25, 2013 on Busted Coverage:
Meet Ole Miss basketball player Marshall Henderson. He’s currently leading the SEC in scoring, is considered by many to be the whiter trash version of Johnny Manziel, has his team at 16-2 and #23 in the nation. Again, remember the name Marshall Henderson (6-2, 175, @NativeFlash22). Don’t say we didn’t warn you. It’s not like Henderson doesn’t have a track record in college basketball. He started his career at Utah, transferred to Texas Tech, left after Pat Knight was fired, went to South Plains junior college and now finds himself at Ole Miss. It seems that Marshall has found himself a home in Oxford. He’s scoring 19.4 ppg, shooting 40% from the field and acclimating nicely to the dating scene. It’s unclear when the above photo of Marsh and a lucky fan was taken. We do know that this photo was uploaded at 3 a.m. – this morning. The Rebels beat Tennessee 62-56 (our hero only had 28) so we’ll assume all pics were from early this morning. As you can see, Hendo is wearing the same Pam Anderson & hat combo as in the above photo. Bud Light Platinum? [via @Petey_Pablo24] This was from last night’s game. Looks like Hendo needed a victory drink. Filed under: Basketball
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