Gophers football coach Jerry Kill says if his seizure disorder ever affected his ability to do his job, he would quit. At his weekly news conference, Kill said he was fine after having a mild seizure on the plane when returning from the Northwestern game. Overall, he says he’s in “pretty good health.”
Duo charged after 10-pound meth package sent to wrong address
More than 10 pounds of meth are off the street thanks to a delivery error.
Bird Rides' suburban expansion continues in Minnesota
Its scooter season in Minnesota. The latest on where you can find Bird e-scooters:
Man found dead with 'trauma to his face' in St. Paul
A man was found dead with "trauma to his face" in St. Paul after 3 a.m.
Boyfriend jailed after woman found dead in Hibbing
The woman was found dead on Tuesday, June 28.
18 injured in two separate crashes involving teen drivers
The crashes happened Thursday in Ham Lake and North Branch Township.
All clear after evacuations from explosion, fire on U of M campus
The all clear was given around 9 p.m. Thursday.
‘Terrible prank’ during tornado drill causes scare at Hopkins High School
The school principal said the incident brought armed police to the school and "understandably caused some scholars anxiety."
Woman admits to role in St. Paul man's gruesome murder
A 32-year-old Duluth woman has taken a plea deal in the case of a 34-year-old St. Paul man's murder.
'Living nightmare’ alleged at Savage, Minn. rabbit sanctuary
"Peacebunny Cottage" is now the subject of an animal cruelty investigation.
Seizure-prone Coach Kill says he took wife on recruiting calls
Gophers football coach Jerry Kill received clearance from the NCAA for his wife to chaperone him on 2011-12 recruiting trips because of his seizure disorder. Kill, talking to reporters while introducing the recruiting class of 2012, said, "I need to be seizure-free here pretty quick so I can relax a little bit."
Gophers coach Jerry Kill hospitalized after suffering seizure
Gophers head football coach Jerry Kill is recovering in the hospital after suffering a seizure after Saturday's loss to Northwestern at TCF Bank Stadium. According to the University of Minnesota Athletic Department, Kill was in the locker room when he suffered the seizure.
Coach Kill released from hospital after suffering seizure
University of Minnesota head football coach Jerry Kill was released from the hospital Sunday morning, the Pioneer Press reports. He suffered a seizure in the locker room following the loss to Northwestern at TCF Bank Stadium on Saturday. The team's physician told WCCO that Kill plans to resume his coaching duties on Monday as the Gophers prepare to play at Wisconsin.
Coach Jerry Kill takes blame for low attendance problem
Gophers head football coach Jerry Kill tells the Star Tribune it is his responsibility to fix the attendance issues at TCF Bank Stadium. "I'm not going to blame anybody. We've got to put a good product out there. That's what I was hired to do a year and a half ago, and that's what we'll do," Kill said. Last Saturday was the lowest-attended game in TCF Bank Stadium's four-year history -- just 41,062 tickets sold.
Jerry Kill, Gophers football leaning towards playing a 'real' spring game
Last year the Minnesota Gophers football team held a scrimmage, offense vs. defense, to close spring practices. This year head coach Jerry Kill is planning a real game. U of M athletic director Joel Maturi says Kill believes a "game-like atmosphere" is "best for his program and best for the fans." Spring practices begin Thursday.
Coach Kill: Gophers 'nowhere close to where we need to be'
Gophers coach Jerry Kill says there’s “no room for error” if Minnesota expects to beat Iowa Saturday in the Big Ten opener. In his weekly news conference, Kill also admits his 4-0 team is better than last year, but still “nowhere close to where we need to be.”
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