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Kill questions his players' mental toughness

Nobody is questioning Jerry Kill's toughness, but he is hoping is players become mentally stronger. Kill says he believes 90-percent of the game is played above the shoulders and that's where his team is struggling the most.
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Nobody is questioning Jerry Kill's toughness, but he is hoping is players become mentally stronger. Kill says he believes 90-percent of the game is played above the shoulders and that's where his team is struggling the most.

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