As I looked down at the sideline last Saturday at halftime, I was stunned by what I saw.
Shortly after his team ran off the field to the locker room as the second quarter expired, University of Minnesota football coach Jerry Kill remained on the sideline -- only he didn't stick around to talk to an official or speak with a player.
He was having a seizure. Again.
It was the second time in three years that Kill had an epileptic seizure on the field at TCF Bank Stadium. The previous time occurred in 2011 and happened late in the fourth quarter -- when all eyes were on the action, which soon came to a screeching halt. At the time, few people knew Kill suffered from epilepsy. It was his first season as coach and his first home game of his Gophers tenure. Everything was still new, including the shock of seeing Kill on the sideline.
When Kill again had an on-field seizure Saturday, the mood was much different. There was no hush from the fans, as they had unfortunately witnessed this befor...