Neither Charles nor Divinity played in No. 6 LSU's season-opening win against Georgia Southern because of disciplinary reasons.
Coach Ed Orgeron didn't specify why neither saw the field, only saying, "We handle all that in-house."
Orgeron said Tuesday that both players will be back for the Texas game.
Charles, a junior, has started 19 games during his first two seasons for the Tigers, 17 at left tackle. He was a freshman All-SEC selection in 2017.
Divinity, a senior, started 11 games at outside linebacker for the Tigers in 2018. He had 54 tackles, including 9.5 for loss and five sacks, and eight quarterback hurries, two fumble recoveries, a forced fumble and an interception.