Recent headlines questioned Angel Reese's absence from the LSU bench, leading to speculations about her grades, but LSU coach Kim Mulkey remained silent on the matter.
Despite the mystery, Angel Reese has successfully returned to the court, playing a crucial role in LSU's quest for a second consecutive NCAA title.
A recent social media post suggests Reese may still be dealing with trauma from recent incidents, contradicting her outward appearance of normalcy.
Reese, despite being a national treasure, has been open about her personal struggles, particularly with mental health, influencing her absence from LSU games.
A recent post on Reese's X account sparked drama, where she asked if people would pay a dollar to relive their freshman year of college, hinting at underlying issues.
Reese reposted the tweet on her X account, expressing a willingness to relive her freshman year at UMD despite challenges, emphasizing that her life was normal then.
As a power forward, Reese began her freshman year for Maryland in the starting lineup, earning praise from coach Brenda Frese for her leadership skills.
Reese's first game with Maryland in November 2020 showcased her talent, scoring a season-high 20 points and securing nine rebounds in a victory over Davidson.
However, in her fourth game in December 2020, Reese suffered a Jones fracture in her right foot, requiring surgery and sidelining her until February 2021.
Despite the setback, Reese returned to the court after recovery, leaving the bench and resuming her strong performances for Maryland.