Coach Jerry Kill Suffers a Seizure after Gopher Loss

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By Brett Stolpestad

The Minnesota Gophers head football coach, Jerry Kill, suffered another seizure after Saturday's loss against Northwestern, the Minnesota Daily reported.

Kill was rushed to a local hospital after suffering a minor seizure in the coaches' locker room after the game, the Minnesota Daily reported. Kill was attended to me medical personell and was driven to the hospital in an ambulance is a precaution, the Minnesota Daily reported.

Kill was released from the hospital Sunday morning and plans to return to work on Monday, the Star Tribune reported.

The seizure that Kill suffered Saturday was far less severe than the one he suffered on the sidelines of a home game last year, the Star Tribune reported.

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