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Ole Miss men’s basketball fan favorite Marshall Henderson has been suspended indefinitely for a violation of team rules. The school made the announcement this afternoon: Ole Miss announces Marshall Henderson is suspended indefinitely for violation of teams rules. Must live to “high standard,” AKennedy says — Blair Kerkhoff (@BlairKerkhoff) July 10, 2013 There is no word yet on exactly what Henderson did, but we do know that just a few weeks ago someone at Ole Miss tried to send him a “warning” about his use of Twitter. We will keep you updated as we learn more.
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During a traffic stop on May 4, a police report indicates a search of Marshall Henderson's car turned up "a small amount of what appeared to be cocaine."
The University of Mississippi suspended controversial guard Marshall Henderson indefinitely Wednesday, citing a "violation of team rules" that was reportedly linked to a failed drug test .
It was the latest in a string of on- and off-the-court incidents , several of them related to his his drug use , and it reportedly puts his future with the program in the jeopardy -...
The Oxford police chief says Mississippi guard Marshall Henderson appeared to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana and cocaine during a traffic stop in May.
Henderson, a 6-foot-2 senior from Hurst, Texas, was suspended indefinitely by coach Andy Kennedy on Wednesday for ''violation of team rules,'' but no other reason was given.
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Mississippi has suspended guard Marshall Henderson indefinitely for a ''violation of team rules.''
The university sent out a release Wednesday announcing the suspension but it did not provide any details why Henderson was suspended.
The 6-foot-2 senior from Hurst, Texas, averaged 20.1 points per game last season. He helped the Rebels win the SEC tournament championship...
If anyone knows exactly how drugs can derail a promising basketball career, it’s Chris Herren.
The Fall River, Mass., native struggled with drug abuse throughout his collegiate and professional career, with addiction forcing him out of the NBA and eventually into a rehab facility. Now clean and sober, Herren has become a motivational speaker, dedicating his life to keeping young...
Quick note: Fox Sports’ Erin Andrews is an alum for the Florida Gators. Marshall Henderson mocked the Gators with a Gator Chomp when Ole Miss defeated Florida in the SEC Championship Game this past year. Now that we have proper context… Henderson was suspended, indefinitely, on Wednesday afternoon after failing a drug test. @ErinAndrews ima save that and you will be the first person ill mock
Earlier today, we learned that Ole Miss basketball star Marshall Henderson has been suspended indefinitely by the school for a “violation of team rules”. We later found out, via CBS Sports’ Gary Parrish, that Henderson failed a drug test.
Now, via an Instagram video from Rebels linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche, we’ve learned that Henderson is “sad” about the whole ordeal...
Star Ole Miss sharpshooter and resident hothead Marshall Henderson has been suspended from the Rebels following a violation of team rules.
Mississippi guard Marshall Henderson was found in possession of a small amount of marijuana and cocaine during a traffic stop in May; according to the Oxford, Mississippi chief of police.
The bad boy of all college basketball bad boys Marshall Henderson was suspended by Ole Miss indefinitely. CBS Sports’ Gary Parrish reported that the issue concerns a failed drug test. Parrish...
In a development that surprised absolutely no one, guard Marshall Henderson was suspended by Ole Miss this week for unspecified reasons, but it is believed that he failed drug test. This came in the aftermath of a cryptic Twitter post where he made reference to an ‘interesting’ #whitegirlwednesday.
It was not the first time Henderson has made waves on social media, during...
Since yesterday, when we learned that Marshall Henderson was suspended indefinitely from Ole Miss, more news has surfaced on the rebel sharpshooter. Henderson was suspended due to failing numerous drug tests in his time at the university. However, this was far from Marshall’s first incident with the program. He was arrested in 2009 and in 2011 he served jail time for a violation...
Marshall Henderson set the college basketball world on fire last season with both his play and his antics, but it appears as if fans may have seen the last of him. Details of the story are still developing, but it appears