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Ole Miss couldn't buy a bucket in the first half, but behind Marshall Henderson's stellar scoring effort, the Rebels rallied to beat Tennessee on Thursday night.
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Tennessee held Ole Miss to just 18 first-half points, but the Rebels put up 44 in the second half behind a huge effort from Marshall Henderson. The redshirt junior continued his dominance of the Volunteers, finishing with 28 points after pouring 32 on Tennessee on Jan. 9. Henderson's night was indicative of that of his team's, in that 24 of his points came after the break.
Volunteers guard Jordan McRae scored 26 points and pulled down six rebounds, but his nine turnovers came back to haunt Tennessee.
Ole Miss (16-2) will hit the road to take on Auburn on Saturday, while Tennessee (9-8) returns home to face Alabama.