Players were scared when Jerry Kill suffered a seizure

Gophers' players didn't know what to do when Jerry Kill suffered a seizure during last weekend's game at TCF Bank Stadium. Senior Ryan Wynn said nobody knew if Kill was suffering from the heat, a heart attack, a seizure, or anything else.
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Gophers' players didn't know what to do when Jerry Kill suffered a seizure during last weekend's game at TCF Bank Stadium. Senior Ryan Wynn said nobody knew if Kill was suffering from the heat, a heart attack, a seizure, or anything else.

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