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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Jarvis Summers
Charles Mann got the bounce and Georgia took the win to earn a spot in the Southeastern Conference tournament semifinals.
Mississippi coach Andy Kennedy offered a sarcastic tip of his cap after Marshall Henderson launched 19 3-pointers against Mississippi State.
Marshall Henderson and Jarvis Summers each scored 21 points and Mississippi rallied from a deficit of 13 points to beat Mississippi State 78-66 in the second round of the SEC tournament on Thursday night.
It was a good day for point guards at the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame.
The smiles returned to the faces of the Mississippi Rebels Wednesday night and as far as coach Andy Kennedy was concerned, it could not have come at a better time.
Marshall Henderson's early hot shooting helped put Mississippi in position to pull off an upset victory over No. 2 Florida.
Kenny Gaines kept Georgia close by matching Marshall Henderson's five 3-pointers.
Trevor Releford brought Alabama to the brink of a much-needed win, and then delivered it.
Trevor Releford made a 3-pointer from the top of the key with 0.6 seconds left to lift Alabama to a 67-64 victory over Mississippi on Tuesday night.
For about seven minutes, Mississippi played its best basketball of the season.
Mississippi's Marshall Henderson was blocking shots instead of making them and throwing down dunks instead of draining 3-pointers.
Marshall Henderson scored 25 points in his return from a two-game suspension, Jarvis Summers added 20 and Mississippi rallied past LSU for an 88-74 overtime victory on Wednesday night.
Roquez Johnson tied a career high with 20 points, Craig Sword added 15 and Mississippi State beat Mississippi 76-72 on Saturday afternoon.
Henderson scored 18 points and Jarvis Summers added 12 as Ole Miss rallied to beat Vanderbilt 65-62 on Saturday afternoon.