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Gopher head coach Jerry Kill received a spirited show of support before Saturday’s game against San Jose State. Hundreds of people gathered outside TCF Bank Stadium for a rally organized by the Epilepsy Foundation of Minnesota. The outpour of support comes after Kill suffered a seizure during last week’s game. It was third time in the last three years he missed part of a game because of his epilepsy.
Minnesota coach Jerry Kill has returned to his normal game-week routine three days after his latest epileptic seizure caused him to miss the second half of a win over Western Illinois.
With Minnesota coach Jerry Kill at a hospital after a seizure at halftime, David Cobb and Rodrick Williams each rushed for two touchdowns to lead the Gophers past Western Illinois 29-12 on Saturday afternoon. Kill has epilepsy, and this is the fourth time in three seasons with the Gophers he’s had an episode on game day. The scene of Kill writhing back and forth on the sideline is always jarring nonetheless, and the sluggish Gophers (3-0) found themselves trailing 12-7 until late in the third quarter.
Minnesota coach Jerry Kill suffered another game-day seizure, at halftime while the Gophers were playing Western Illinois on Saturday, and was taken to a local hospital as a precaution. The university said Kill was resting comfortably, after he was taken away on a stretcher following his latest episode. Kill was lying on the ground right after the Gophers left for the locker room with a 7-6 lead, writhing back and forth for several minutes with medical staff surrounding him in attempt to keep him as still as possible to prevent injury.
Authorities are investigating after a female inmate at the Hennepin County Jail died of an apparent seizure Wednesday night. The Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office said the inmate suffered the seizure at about 4:55 p.m. Wednesday.
Minnesota Gopher football coach Jerry Kill is one of the more than two million Americans who suffer from epileptic seizures.
University of Minnesota football coach Jerry Kill has been released from the hospital, after suffering another seizure following the Gophers’ home game on Saturday.
Gopher head coach Jerry Kill suffered another seizure after Saturday’s game against Northwestern.
A woman who flew from a busy interstate, plunging into a chilly Minnesota lake, is giving thanks today for the person who just so happened to be driving right behind her.
Gophers head coach Jerry Kill could return to the sidelines as soon as this weekend, according to the team physician.
Team officials say Minnesota head coach Jerry Kill continues to show signs of improvement and is resting comfortably at a hospital after suffering a seizure late in the Gophers’ home opener against New Mexico State.