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Ole Miss guard Marshall Henderson to miss three regular-season games as punishment

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Ole Miss star Marshall Henderson will not be allowed to play in the Rebels' exhibition game, regular-season opener or first two SEC games this season, the school announced Tuesday. The development is punishment for various offseason issues. Henderson was suspended in July after reportedly failing multiple drug tests. (CBS Sports)

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