Back on July 10, Ole Miss guard Marshall Henderson was suspended indefinitely for the famous “violation of team rules.” That likely means head coach Andy Kennedy was forced to suspend Henderson for a another failed drugs. Henderson has been in trouble before, trouble that involved drugs, using counterfeit money and testing positive for several substances.
According to Gary Parrish of CBS Sports, his suspension is over.
Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy told CBSSports.com on Tuesday that Marshall Henderson will open practice with the Rebels on Friday, meaning the all-league guard’s suspension is essentially over. That said, Henderson is still expected to miss games this season as punishment for his offseason behavior that sources told CBSSports.com included multiple failed drug tests. Ole Miss athletic director Ross Bjork told USA Today’s Dan Wolken that the number of games Henderson will miss is yet to be determined.
Last season, Henderson became one of the most famous – and hated – players in college basketball. Henderson averaged 20.1 points per game and helped lead Ole Miss to the SEC tournament championship.