Minnesota Gophers coach Jerry Kill suffered a seizure at halftime of the Gophers' 26-10 loss to Michigan State but was not taken to the hospital. This is the second time he has suffered a seizure this season in a game situation- the first back in October in the game against Northwestern.
Kill was attended to by the team's medical staff and, according to Dawn Mitchell at MyFoxTwinCities and her Twitter, the coach's vital signs are good and he will be resting at home this evening.
He has suffered from seizures for the better part of the past two decades as a by-product of his fighting cancer.
Kill has never missed an entire game because of his seizures or their treatment, but he has had them on game days dating back over a decade to his time at Northern Illinois.
Here's Leveon Bell running for a touchdown in the 26-10 win over Minnesota
Bell finished with 266 yards on the ground as both teams finished 6-6