Marshall Henderson’s heroics and the Rebels’ win streak haven’t gone noticed only by the SEC.
Coming off wins over Vanderbilt and Arkansas last week, Ole Miss is back in the polls for the first time in three years. AP lists Ole Miss at No. 23, the USA Today coaches poll at No. 24. Last week Ole Miss was receiving votes in both polls.
The ranking is the Rebels’ first since Feb. 2, 2010 when they fell out of the polls after an 85-75 loss at Kentucky.
That Ole Miss team finished 24-11, 9-7 in the SEC, and reached the NIT semifinals in New York.