Unfortunately for Jerry Kill, the seizures that surfaced during his first season as Minnesota’s head coach last year have returned.
The Gophers confirmed that Kill suffered a seizure following his team’s 21-13 loss to Northwestern. Kill was taken to a local hospital, where he’s alert and resting comfortably.
The school said that the hospitalization was precautionary in nature. An update on Kill’s status isn’t expected to be given until tomorrow at the earliest.
With 20 seconds left in a Sept. 10 game against New Mexico last season, Kill collapsed on the sidelines. He was hospitalized following that incident, with the school subsequently confirming he had a history of seizures.