Kill returns to Minnesota practice
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Minnesota coach Jerry Kill has returned to practice, three days after checking into the Mayo Clinic to seek treatment for his seizures.
The school announced on Wednesday that Kill was back. Kill had a seizure at the end of a loss to New Mexico State on Sept. 10. Kill returned to coach the next two games, a win over Miami (Ohio) and a loss to North Dakota State.
He says that he has suffered multiple seizures in the last few weeks, including one on Sunday that prompted him to seek further examination. His return to practice would seem to indicate that he could be coaching again on Saturday at No. 19 Michigan, but the school has not made a specific announcement regarding his status.
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