Marshall Henderson might be unconventional and zany, but the fiercely competitive guard is going dancing after leading Ole Miss to the SEC Tournament title. Henderson has the quick-release of John Jenkins and the long-range accuracy of Jimmer Fredette. On Sunday, Henderson led a thrilling comeback over Florida with 18 points after the half.
Missouri held Texas A&M to under 25 percent from the field in a 62-50 win on Thursday night at the SEC Tournament in Nashville. Tigers' guards Keion Bell and Jabari Brown provided Aggies' guard Elston Turner with few open looks. Missouri hopes to do the same on Friday when facing Ole Miss sharpshooter Marshall Henderson.
Here's everything you need to know from college basketball's last Saturday of full, regular-season games. Conference tournaments start in a couple of days, people. MARCH! And for all the bubble-heavy rundown, do check Poppin' Bubbles.
To me, it seems clear that no team took a weirder or worse loss Saturday than Mississippi. The Rebels, who started the season 17-2, lost 73-67 to a depleted Mississippi State team that is, minimally, three years away from getting back to the NCAA tournament. As for Bryce Drew, you won't believe this coincidence.