Ole Miss closes out the regular season today against Vanderbilt at 12:30 p.m. In the process, the Rebels will send off lone senior Marshall Henderson, playing his final game inside Tad Smith Coliseum.
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We all remember that moment when Mississippi State head coach Rick Ray cursed directly at Ole Miss guard, Marshall Henderson. Ray was caught on live television, right after the January 25th rivalry game, shouting the “F” word at Henderson.
1/25/14: Rick Ray shouts “F”" to Marshall Henderson near the end of the game.
Ray even tried to quickly redeem...
Wichita State might be the only undefeated team left in Division I, but a pedestrian strength of schedule seems to be keeping it from the top of the national rankings and the UPS Performance Index.
Florida remained one spot ahead of the Shockers by claiming the No. 1 ranking in the AP poll for the first time since repeating as national champion in 2007, although both schools still...
There is one thing about antagonizing another team that some players forget (or maybe they just don't care)--what goes around comes around. So when Marshall Henderson mocked the Florida crowd last season after the Rebels beat the Gators in the SEC Tournament final--well, someone had to be thinking about getting him back.As it turns out that someone was Scottie Wilbekin.Henderson...
Payback’s a…chomp, apparently. Florida senior guard Scottie Wilbekin and the rest of his Gators teammates have certainly not forgotten about Ole Miss guard Marshall Henderson’s “chomp” taunt after last year’s SEC Tournament final. How do we know? After Saturday’s victory over the Rebels in Oxford, Wilbekin returned the favor.
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Florida is now 14-0 in...
OXFORD, Miss. -- At halftime Saturday, Florida coach Billy Donovan didn't spend much time crunching numbers or reviewing strategy. Didn't need to. Everyone in the locker room knew what the problem was.
''He's gonna try to get 40 tonight,'' Donovan told his team.
Henderson, the Ole Miss guard with unlimited range and zero conscience...
OXFORD, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi's Marshall Henderson unleashed a first-half scoring spree that put No. 2 Florida's school-record winning streak in danger.
The score was tied at 42 at halftime, but Ole Miss guard Marshall Henderson looked set to carry his team to stay in the game. After 22 first-half points, the Gators shut out the Rebels’ guard in the second half of the game, holding him to 0-6 from the field. No. 2 Florida extended its school-record winning streak to 19 games with a 75-71 win at Ole Miss on Saturday.
Marshall Henderson is probably the most polarizing figure in college basketball, so you should expect the cameras to catch all of his expressions and reactions during a ballgame.
Henderson thought he was fouled by Kentucky’s Andrew Harrison while attempting a jumper during the Rebels loss to the Wildcats.
The refs disagreed, and Henderson let him have it.
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Last night was just one of those games where you just want to forget. The Rebels started off with struggles early in the game. Marshall Henderson could not get things going in the 1st half, even though he has established himself as a 2nd half player. Henderson ended the 1st half with five points, one three pointers and two free...
Ole Miss Rebels basketball star Marshall Henderson, given the team’s name, fittingly fancies himself something of a rebel, possibly even a loner (if he happened to be inspired by a foreboding warning made by the titular character in “Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure” to Dottie). He’s college basketball’s resident bad boy, loved by supporters but hated with […]The post Ole Miss...
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• Saturday, Marshall Henderson was on fire in the Missouri win. This caused Twitter to flood with Marshall Henderson tweets. From...
Marshall Henderson scored 29 points and Mississippi survived a 3-point attempt at the buzzer Saturday to defeat Missouri 91-88.
Henderson hit 8 of 15 from 3-point range and added five assists for Ole Miss (16-7, 7-3 Southeastern Conference), who remained in sole possession of third place. Jarvis Summers and LaDarius White had 16 points apiece, and Anthony Perez 11.
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OXFORD, Miss. -- Marshall Henderson scored 29 points and Mississippi survived a 3-point attempt at the buzzer Saturday to defeat Missouri 91-88.
Henderson hit 8 of 15 from 3-point range and added five assists for Ole Miss (16-7, 7-3 Southeastern Conference), who remained in sole possession of third place. Jarvis Summers and LaDarius White had 16 points apiece, and Anthony Perez 11...
Marshall Henderson playing Rupp Arena. It's sort of basketball's version of the Beatles performing on the Ed Sullivan Show, which happened 50 years ago this coming Sunday.
Unconventional artist who polarizes the populace but can't be ignored appears on one of this country's grandest stages.
"He's a Basketball Jones," Ole Miss Coach...
Marshall Henderson was heading back to his team's bench last week, a victory over rival Mississippi State in hand, when Bulldogs Rick Ray yelled an obscenity at Henderson.
The Bulldogs' coach apologized. He was in the wrong, not Henderson.
A year ago, it was the other way around. Henderson was the instigator. He was the villain. He was not the sympathetic figure.
Marshall Henderson scored 21 points, Jarvis Summers added 15 and Mississippi rallied from a 15-point deficit in the second half to beat South Carolina 75-71 on Saturday.
South Carolina pushed ahead 61-46 with 10:53 remaining, but Ole Miss methodically fought back. Summers drilled a 3-pointer with just under four minutes remaining to give the Rebels a 67-66 lead - their first of...
Via AP on Fox
February 01, 2014
Seven months after rooming together at the Kevin Durant Skills Academy, Mississippi's Marshall Henderson and Tennessee's Jordan McRae are meeting again under much different circumstances.
Henderson will try giving Mississippi (14-5, 5-1 SEC) its fifth straight victory and McRae will attempt to bounce back from one of the worst performances of his career Wednesday when two...
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January 28, 2014
The Southeastern Conference will not discipline Mississippi State coach Rick Ray following his actions at the end of Saturday's game against Ole Miss, the league office told the Clarion-Ledger on Monday.
Ray spoke with SEC commissioner Mike Slive on Monday morning regarding the head coach using profanity toward an Ole Miss player. Slive was satisfied with the way Ray handled...
Ole Miss’s Marshall Henderson knows how to bring the worst out of someone. Near the end of the Rebels 82-63 beat down of the Bulldogs, Henderson starts talk trash while leaving the court and Mississippi State Rick Ray coach was not too pleased.
As Henderson walked by Ray with 6.3 seconds remaining he appeared to say, “F*ck you, State,” and then it appears as if Ray said, “F...
Mississippi State Head Coach Rick Ray has apologized the incident last night where he said f*ck you to Marshall Henderson. For some reason he went on Insstagram to apologize:
Mississippi State coach Rick Ray has issued an apology after television replays showed him directing comments at Mississippi's Marshall Henderson in the final seconds of Saturday's game.
Henderson was walking off the court with 6.3 seconds left when Ray said something as the guard walked past. The Rebels won 82-63 and Henderson scored 19 points.
Ray issued an apology on...
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January 26, 2014
Mississippi State coach Rick Ray apologized on Sunday for cursing at Marshall Henderson at the end of the Bulldogs’ 82-63 loss to their rivals. Mississippi State was down big in the final seconds when Ray was frustrated and said “f— you” to Henderson. Henderson is used to playing the villain role and was cruising around […]
Ole Miss guard Marshall Henderson and his antics don’t always bring out the best in people. Last year, we saw a crazy set of Auburn fans who looked like they were ready to rush the court and jump him. Saturday, we saw Mississippi State head coach Rick Ray throw an f-bomb his way with just seconds to play in Ole Miss’ victory. In short, Henderson clearly has a way of getting under...
It appears as if a Mississippi State Head Coach Rick Ray said f*ck you to Marshall Henderson as Henderson walked by him all fired up. I’m sure the coach was a little frustrated since the Rebels won the game by 19 points but you have to do better if you are the Head Coach.