Photos via Twitter (@ASH_tag06).
Marshall Madness has taken over March. The legend of Ole Miss’ star shooter Marshall Henderson skyrocketed up another few levels after he changed the game and led an upset over fifth-seeded Wisconsin in the Round of 64 on Friday, but what’s important for us is what he got himself up to afterwards.
[Related: Check out how the fans reacted to Henderson's big game]
It’s not a school night, so instead of Gatorade, Henderson decided to take in the local bar scene in Kansas City, the host city of his Regional.
Hey Henderson, that’s a Sprite, right?
Photos via Twitter (@BBrox69).
And some more photos have surfaced…
Photo via Instagram (@eslatten)
Photo via Instagram (@jpoint99)
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