LSU pass rusher Michael Divinity Jr. (No. 45) returned to practice on Monday just two weeks after he left the team for "personal reasons."


When head coach Ed Orgeron confirmed that Divinity had left the team back on Nov. 4, he did not rule out the possibility of him returning to the team.

Divinity, a senior from Marrero, La, was held out of three games due to a "coach's decision" earlier this season.


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REC released him to play after BAMA was eliminated from playoffs
Reply25 days
This is a matter for the coaches, the team, and MD. they got this.
Reply25 days
It was nice of the REC to allow him to be reinstated.
Reply25 days
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Coachum up Ed. good for the young man. Fighting Tiger.
Reply25 days
And I hope all of u people who threw shade on this guy without being in the know sleep well tonight!
Reply25 days
Anyone know WTF happened in the first place to get him suspended....How long for first offense smoking dope? Whatever it was, I don't believe it involved violence. They won't let you come back for that....unless you are acquitted....so no, it wasn't that.....Anyway, he was missing when we needed him badly....behavior let the team down...but, I'm the first to say "give the dude another chance."
Reply25 days
Glad he is back. All of Tiger Nation is pulling for him.
Reply26 days
Weed is for dummies
Reply26 days
You don’t have any idea do you?
26 days
What about baseless speculation? Is that for dummies or idiots?
25 days
Glad to have you back!!!!!!!!!
Reply26 days
Glad the counseling worked quicker than thought. Welcome back!
Reply26 days
LSU gives these kids so many available resources to cope with bad decisions or personal reasons. Great to see the “therapy” and “counseling” these kids receive to help them get 2nd chances. Own it MD, make that 2nd chance your wake up call and keep being a great contributor to LSU Football. Good luck young man!
Reply26 days
BOOM!
Reply26 days
We ridin
Reply26 days
Shall we ride? Let’s shall!
26 days
“Blister”... shows up after the work is done.
Reply26 days
DIAF
26 days
Were your genitals burned off in that fire?
23 days
So glad to see him back! Glad for him more than for us. Welcome back, MD!
Reply26 days
So happy for him.
Reply26 days
Welcome back. You were missed.
Reply26 days
Welcome Back MD!
Reply26 days
Thank you Mama Divinity
Reply26 days
i would guess a substance abuse issue maybe. i hope he got it together now and is ready to roll
Reply26 days
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