Marshall didn't miss a shot, going 6-for-6 from the field, 3-for-3 from the free-throw line and drained both of his three-point attempts. He has scored in double digits in six straight games dating back to last season and entered the game averaging 16.8 points.
Grambling State (0-3) led briefly in the first period, but Marshall tied it at 4 with a layup, then drained a 3-pointer to give the Bears (3-0) a lead they never relinquished.
Missouri State shot 59.6 percent from the field on 34-of-57 shooting, compared with 38.6 percent for the Tigers on 22-of-57 shooting.
In a decade at Ole Miss, Andy Kennedy has seemingly worked wonders with limited talent at a program that has rarely had success historically.
Hal "King" Lear, a Temple basketball star during the 1950s, died Saturday at his White Plains, New York home.
Sebastien Bellin's friend Chris Young joins Ryan Smith on Outside the Lines to discuss his friend's bravery, courage and strength after surviving the Brussels bombings in March.