Jerry Kill's workload to be reduced after latest seizure

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Jerry Kill was back at work Monday after suffering a seizure during halftime of Minnesota's loss to Michigan State on Saturday. In an attempt to do a better job managing Kill's seizures, U of M athletics director Norwood Teague is planning to reduce Kill's workload.

Teague tells the Pioneer Press that there is no turmoil on the team because of Kill's seizures, and there is no doubt about moving forward with Kill as the head coach.

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