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Epilepsy Foundation to hold rally before Gopher football game

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The Epilepsy Foundation of Minnesota announced Wednesday it will host a rally on Saturday for Gophers football coach Jerry Kill before Minnesota hosts San Jose State at TCF Bank Stadium.

WCCO reports that officials with the Epilepsy Foundation said the rally will be held at 8:30 a.m. at the “Victory Walk” on Oak Street between TCF Bank Stadium and Mariucci Arena.

The foundation has been in the news almost as much as Kill after he suffered his third in-game seizure, saying Monday that it is disappointed with suggestions that people with the disease "are not capable of high-profile careers." There is also a press release here.

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