Henry joins elite 1,000-point club

By Blake Long/Special to the Journal

OXFORD – It takes a lot of minutes on the court to score 1,000 points in a collegiate career, so one can’t blame Terrance Henry for feeling like he’s been around a while.
“I feel like an old head now,” he joked after his Ole Miss Rebels defeated LSU 72-48.
With two free throws late in the first half, Henry became the 33rd player in school history to record 1,000 points in a career. He’s also one of two players to have 1,000 points and over 100 blocks, joining former Rebel Rahim Lockhart.
“I was happy to get to 1,000 points, but I was even more happy to get the win,” Henry said.
Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy credited Henry’s work ethic as a key part in reaching this milestone.
“I’m not sure in four years he’s ever missed a practice,” Kennedy said. “He puts the time in and it’s just a matter of him going and delivering for us like we need him to do.”
In a critical game to LSU’s NCAA
Tournament chances, Tigers coach
Trent Johnson didn’t make it to the
Johnson was ejected after receiving
a double technical with 7:17 to
play in the game.
He was still searching for answers
to the call after the game.
“I have a problem getting a warning
five minutes into the game for
not doing anything,” he said. “When
I’ve got a guy worried about what my
trainers say on the bench instead of
calling the game, I have a problem
with that.
“It’s not about us coaches, it is not
about the people calling the game,
it’s about the players. It’s an absolute
Ole Miss entered Saturday’s contest
having lost five of their last six
games. The Rebels ended their
three-game skid, and put an end to
LSU’s four-game winning streak as

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