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Ole Miss has suspended senior guard Marshall Henderson for three regular season games as well as an exhibition game, the school announced Tuesday. From USA Today...
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"According to police reports obtained by USA TODAY Sports this summer, Henderson had three run-ins with police in Oxford, Miss., including one stop in which Henderson was found in possession of marijuana and cocaine. This wasn't the first time Henderson had run-ins with the law or battled drug issues."
The games Henderson will miss include an exhibition game Nov. 1 against South Carolina-Aiken as well as the team's season opener Nov. 8 versus Troy, Jan. 9 vs. Auburn and a Jan. 11 at Mississippi State. Henderson said in a statement...
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"I want to thank (Ole Miss coach) Kennedy, (Ole Miss athletic director) Ross Bjork and the university for giving me an opportunity to rejoin the team," "This has been a difficult time for me, and I appreciate this chance. My teammates and I are looking forward to defending our SEC Championship."
Filed Under: SEC Basketball
Originally published on SECRant.com

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he is human garbage.
Reply37 months
FINS UP IF YOU ROLL HOTBOX #420 #BLAZEIT
Reply37 months
I can't wait to beat their arse into the court this year.
Reply37 months
seems weird the way they are breaking the games up.
Reply37 months
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