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AD backs Kill after in-game seizure

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08:19 AM ET 11.26 | Minnesota athletics director Norwood Teague stood behind Jerry Kill after the football coach suffered a seizure at halftime of his team's 26-10 loss to Michigan State. Teague said Kill suffered the seizure "at the end of the half, going back out to the field. It's a regular deal for him, and he's resting comfortably in the coaches' locker room right now. I know this will bring up questions about him and moving forward, but we have 100 percent confidence in Jerry. We'll evaluate at the end of the year his health, and that mainly is for him, to continue to take care of himself, exercise, diet, eating right. The more he makes progress there, the more he'll make progress with his health in general. I feel very good about that."

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November 26, 2012  09:45 AM ET

Doesn't sound too promising, I think they see his health issues as a way to replace him...

November 26, 2012  10:00 AM ET

LUS good, Arky bad.....Woo Pig Fooie!!

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November 26, 2012  10:21 AM ET
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Okay when Kill drops dead during a game the press Minnesota will get will be great? Get rid of the beet red faced passing out badger looking Kill before he drops over dead on TV. It's embarrassing as hell. DUH? fire the AD also.

I'm not usually a troll feeder, but what exactly is your purpose in here?

November 26, 2012  11:16 AM ET

Memo to Jerry: RETIRE.

November 26, 2012  12:11 PM ET

The AD's lips were moving so it's a lie. They will let him go for health reasons.

 
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