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...

"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...

"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."
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he is human garbage.
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I can't wait to beat their arse into the court this year.
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seems weird the way they are breaking the games up.
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