Tuesday Mar 18
The Mississippi Press
Basketball: A year after SEC title, Rebels' 2013-14 season ended in disappointment
It also brought a sudden halt to Henderson's time at Ole Miss. The 6-foot-2 guard scored 1,293 points over two seasons thanks to his prolific 3-point shooting, and also became one of college basketball's biggest villains thanks to polarizing on-and off-the-court behavior.
The Miami Herald
Disappointing basketball season ends for Rebels
The Rebels were not selected to play in the NCAA tournament or the NIT on Sunday, bringing an end to a disappointing 19-14 season that included a few big wins but not nearly enough consistency.
Marshall means more than points for Ole Miss
When Marshall Henderson takes off his Ole Miss uniform for the last time, the program loses perhaps the brightest star in its history.
Parrish Alford: Another chance for Marshall to shine
It certainly didn't take Marshall Henderson the entire regular season to introduce himself to the college basketball nation last year.
Parrish Alford: Rebels trending toward irrelevant
Road issues were already apparent for the Rebels when we decided not to fund a Fayetteville trip, and a 30-point loss - a 46-point deficit with roughly 10 minutes to play - makes me think we had the right read on the situation.