Gophers coach Jerry Kill suffers another seizure

Kill tells WCCO he's fine and did not want to comment any further about the incident. The Gophers coach has suffered multiple seizures and been hospitalized twice this season.
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Kill tells WCCO he's fine and did not want to comment any further about the incident. The Gophers coach has suffered multiple seizures and been hospitalized twice this season.

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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.

Jerry Kill back at Gophers' practice

Gophers head coach Jerry Kill was released from the hospital on Thursday, five days after suffering a seizure during Minnesota’s home opener against New Mexico State. Kill was at practice Thursday and stayed the entire two hours. He will be coaching on Saturday against Miami (Ohio), but it might be from the press-box.

Gophers coach Jerry Kill takes himself out of the game

There’s no timeline for Gopher football coach Jerry Kill’s return. He checked into the Mayo Clinic to try and find the cause of continuing seizures. He coached from the sidelines during Saturday’s loss to North Dakota State, but suffered another seizure at home on Sunday.

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Golden Gophers football coach Jerry Kill and his wife, Rebecca, are stepping up on behalf of the two million Americans who suffer epileptic seizures by becoming spokespeople on behalf of the disorder. Jerry Kill has suffered epileptic seizures for the past 13 years, and was recently hospitalized after suffering a seizure after the Gophers' loss to Northwestern Oct. 13.

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