After another Saturday seizure, Kill expected at work today

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Gophers head football coach Jerry Kill is expected to back in the office today, despite suffering a seizure in Saturday's loss to Michigan State.

According to Star Tribune writer Sid Hartman, Kill was not hospitalized and spent Saturday night and all day Sunday resting at his home.

Kill did not attend the end-of-the year team banquet Sunday, which named MarQueis Graythe Gophers' MVP.

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