Ole Miss guard Marshall Henderson has one request. If the 12th-seeded Rebels (26-8) knock off fifth-seeded Wisconsin (23-11) in the teams’ second-round NCAA game Friday at the Sprint Center, please don’t refer to it is an upset. “I don’t really think of it as an upset,” Henderson said before the Rebels’ practice Thursday. The reason: Ole Miss kicked away a chance to tie Florida for the regular-season title by losing at Texas A&M, at South Carolina and at Mississippi State, teams that finished a combined 15-39 in the league.
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