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GIF: Miss St. Coach Says "F**K You" To Marshall Henderson

Mississippi State head coach Rick Ray wasn't too fond of Ole Miss's Marshall Henderson yapping near the end of the Rebels 82-63 beat down of the Bulldogs. 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*ck you,” back at Henderson.





Rick Ray issued an apology Sunday afternoon for the incident...
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“I responded inappropriately to an Ole Miss player [Saturday] in our game,” Ray said in a statement he texted Sunday. “I reached out to [Ole Miss] coach [Andy] Kennedy immediately to apologize and subsequently to the player too. There is no reason for a coach to ever have interaction with an opposing player, ever, regardless of the circumstances. I was more upset with our performance than the player. I was totally at fault.”
Originally published on SECRant.com

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inelishaitrust - 3 months ago
It's better to have players who sucker punch people?

Most every school has players who don't walk the straight and narrow.

So Marshall said something to elicit a "F U" from the opposing coach.

Henderson must have been all up in his head.
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HuggieBear - 3 months ago
I'd be more ashamed to be losing to him. How's that feel 3rd Row? BWAHAHA!
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Ignignot - 3 months ago
Marshall Henderson is the "new" athlete that America wants, cocky and just enough talent to back it up. I expect we'll start seeing more Marshall Hendersons and Richard Shermans as time goes on.
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Hoyas - 3 months ago
I would take him at LSU. Sorry, but I'm that desperate to win.
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Gillis - 3 months ago
That kid is a piece of garbage and needs to be playing behind barbed wire.
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kjntgr - 3 months ago
Wow, who the hell was watching this and noticed? You had to be watching at super so mo
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3rdRowTailgater - 3 months ago
Ole Miss fans should be ashamed to have this kid representing their school.
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