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Ole Miss opens well despite Henderson suspension

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(RNN) - Marshall Henderson, human train wreck or flamboyant Ole Miss program savior drew a three-game suspension for various naughtiness. He shot a bird after the team lost to LaSalle in the NCAA Tournament last year, has various off-court problems and most recently and got stopped by the police without proof of insurance.

He didn't play in the season opener against Troy on Nov. 8 against Troy, a game the Rebels won 69-54. He won't play in SEC games against Auburn Jan. 9 and Mississippi State Jan. 11.

What's gone down: Jarvis Summers scored a career-high 28 against the Trojans and led by as much as 18 early in the second half. The team shot a disappointing 34 percent from the floor.

What's coming up: The Rebs travel to Coastal Carolina on Nov. 16.

Who's getting it done: Summer stepped up with the SEC's leading scoring sitting out a disciplinary probation. He hit 9-11 shots in the first half. The Rebels outrebounded overmatched Troy 53-38 and Aaron Jones had 13 boards.

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