The Marshall Henderson road show has at least one more stop.
Mississippi's polarizing and high-scoring guard averaged more than 23 points per game in the Rebels' run to a Southeastern Conference title. Along the way, he dumped 27 points on Missouri, flummoxed Vanderbilt's defense and mocked Florida's crowd by doing the school's gator chomp after making a big 3-pointer in the championship game.
Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy isn't always crazy about Henderson's antics. But he usually can't argue with the results.
''Obviously, the Marshall Henderson show is like the traveling circus,'' Kennedy after Sunday's win over Florida that locked up the program's first NCAA tournament berth since 2002. ''It's up, it's down. We've got the high-wire act over here, the ponies here, we got all kinds of nonsense going on, and he draws a lot of attention. He's a big shot maker.''
Love him or hate him, Henderson can alter games in his hurry.
Now he'll try to help 12th-seeded Ole Miss (26-8) pull off...