All-Senior Secondary A Strength For Minnesota This SeasonThe Minnesota football program has hardly been prone to some catchy nickname like Cornerback College or Safety School.
Leidner Will Likely Start For Gophers Vs TCUIt is "the" test of the non-conference season for the Gophers football team. They're headed to Fort Worth to face Texas Christian University. They're two touchdown underdogs who are physically beaten up.
Gophers Defensive Coach Claeys Looks To The Future One of the keys to the Gopher football team’s defense is the man who runs it. It's largely because he has head coaching experience … for the Gophers!
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Minnesota Beats Indiana 42-39 For 3rd Straight Win Linebacker Aaron Hill recovered a fumble by Indiana's Tevin Coleman with 25 seconds remaining and surging Minnesota held on to beat Indiana 42-39 on Saturday.
Kill Works Way Back In With Winning GophersMinnesota coach Jerry Kill is working his way back into the job after taking a leave of absence to better manage his epilepsy. He's not ready to return to the sideline. But he said confidently that he'll soon be seizure-free.
10-29-13 Tracy Claeys On The Morning News With Dave LeeA big win over Nebraska!
Gophers Vs. Northwestern: Tracy Claeys' Chance To Lead U The Gopher football team takes on Northwestern on Saturday searching for Minnesota's first Big Ten win. It will most likely be defensive coordinator Tracy Claeys' first time as acting head coach in Jerry Kill's absence, as the head coach is in the midst of an indefinite leave to manage his epilepsy.
Jerry Kill Chooses To Step Away, Treat His EpilepsyGopher athletic director Norwood Teague said Thursday that head football coach Jerry Kill will be stepping away indefinitely from his on-the-field duties to focus on treating and better managing his epilepsy.
Kill Still Resting; 'U' President Renews SupportMinnesota coach Jerry Kill is resting at home this week following a seizure that kept him from traveling to the game at Michigan. Gophers defensive coordinator Tracy Claeys filled in for Kill on the Big Ten coaches' call with reporters on Tuesday.
Minnesota's Kill Has Seizure, Misses Michigan GameMinnesota coach Jerry Kill missed an entire game for the first time because of his epilepsy, staying at home Saturday after suffering another seizure. The Golden Gophers lost 42-13 to No. 19 Michigan. Minnesota officials said Kill was not feeling well on Friday, but planned to travel to Ann Arbor on Saturday to coach in the game. But he suffered a seizure on Saturday morning and was resting at home in Minnesota while the Gophers played.
Fans React To Coach Kill’s Latest SeizureThree seizures during three games in two years have Gopher fans like Margaret Swanson wondering if coach Jerry Kill's struggles with epilepsy are too much for the job. “I feel so bad because it seems to be happening a lot,” Swanson said. “I wonder what happens in the locker room when he doesn't come in…I'm sure it takes a toll on them a little bit.” Dr. Thaddeus Walczak is an epileptologist at the University of Minnesota. He says that although high-stress situations - like football games - could make seizures more likely to occur in someone with epilepsy, that's not a reason to change careers.