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MINNEAPOLIS University of Minnesota football coach Jerry Kill was not on the sideline for the second half of the Gophers' game Saturday against Michigan State. The school said that he was unlikely to return to the game but did not have any other updates on his condition during the second half.
The Gophers went on to lose, 26-10.
Kill, 51, has a history of seizures. He suffered one on the sideline of the Gophers' game last year against New Mexico State and another in the TCF Bank Stadium locker room after Minnesota's loss to Northwestern earlier this year. He was hospitalized after both episodes.
Despite his seizure disorder, Kill has never missed a game due to seizures. The Gophers' second-year coach prefers not to talk about his medical condition. After his seizure this October, Kill downplayed the situation. His only comment on his health following the Northwestern game was, "I'm back to work, going full speed."
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