Marshall Henderson was suspended indefinitely last week by Ole Miss for a violation of team rules. No specifics were given about the violation, but a report said Henderson failed a drug test.
Marshall Henderson reportedly was in possession of cocaine and marijuana when he was pulled over by police in May, which could have led to his suspension by the Ole Miss basketball team.
There are few players in college or professional athletics that people love to hate more than Marshall Henderson.
Ole Miss guard Marshall Henderson has a checkered past that involves serious drug use, and he reportedly has not completely given it up.
Patrick Ewing is arguably the greatest player in Georgetown basketball history, but what many people may not know is that he was close to becoming a North Carolina Tar Heel.
The Miami Heat are set to take on the San Antonio Spurs in a critical Game 3 matchup of the NBA Finals on Tuesday night, but Marshall Henderson has more important priorities to worry about.
Jallen Messersmith, an NAIA basketball player at Benedictine College, is the latest athlete to come out as openly gay.
New Rutgers AD Julie Hermann defends herself over allegations that she fired former assistant for getting pregnant
Rutgers athletic director Julie Hermann was hired earlier this month and given the responsibility of repairing the reputation of the Scarlet Knights.