MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Minnesota football coach Jerry Kill has been hospitalized after suffering another seizure following his team's 21-13 loss to Northwestern.
Kill coached the entire game and conducted his postgame interviews Saturday before returning to the locker room. Once there, school officials say he had a seizure.
The school says Kill was immediately attended to by team medical staff and is alert and resting comfortably at the hospital.
Kill has dealt with seizures for years. He had several in his first season as coach of Minnesota last year, most notably on the sideline during a game against New Mexico State.

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