Andy Katz of ESPN reports this morning that suspended Ole Miss guard Marshall Henderson will be back in class when Ole Miss starts its fall academic schedule.
Ole Miss’ Marshall Henderson is expected to be in class when fall semester starts next week in Oxford, coach Andy Kennedy confirmed. Henderson was suspended earlier in the summer for reportedly failing a drug test. Henderson hasn’t been cleared yet. The plan is for him to work on regaining the trust of the department and school before being reinstated. Henderson has been quiet this summer since the suspension. He led the Rebels to the Round of 32 last March and was the leading scorer in the SEC. The Rebels won the SEC tournament, too.
The hope here is that Henderson gets things in order. Attitude aside, he’s one of the game’s best perimeter shooters and fun to watch.
Andy also has some interesting things to say about LSU gaining some high-profile Super Tuesday appearances.