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Team Doctor: Kill doing "very well"

Minnesota football team’s Dr. Pat Smith spoke to the media on Monday afternoon and gave an update on the condition of first-year Gophers’ head coach Jerry Kill, who suffered a seizure in the final seconds of Saturday’s 28-21 defeat to New Mexico State. Smith expects Kill to make a full recovery and be back on the Minnesota sideline “sooner rather than later,” although the timetable for his release is still undetermined, according to the school’s website.

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Kill Continues To Improve Following Seizure

Minnesota head football coach Jerry Kill, who suffered a seizure on the sideline in the final seconds of the team’s 28-21 loss Saturday, continued to show signs of improvement Sunday and is resting comfortably at a hospital, according to StarTribune.com and GopherSports.com. Kill, in his first season with the Gophers, has had similar seizures previously in recent years and has always made a full recovery. School officials said the seizure was the result of his medication related to his kidney cancer, along with dehydration on a warm, sunny day.

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Jerry Kill Suffers Seizure on Sideline

Minnesota head football coach Jerry Kill suffered a seizure Saturday on the sideline at TCF Bank Stadium. The first-year coach is in stable condition and is expected to be OK, according to the Minnesota medical staff. Kill, who has a history with seizures, went to the turf with 20 seconds remaining in Minnesota’s 28-21 defeat against New Mexico State. The training staff immediately attended to him and play was halted. About 15 minutes later, Kill was put on a stretcher and left the field to chants of “Jerry! Jerry!” Watch now as BTN host Dave Revsine offers the latest updates on the Minnesota coach.

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