Former Minnesota head coach and current Rutgers offensive coordinator Jerry Kill has a history of seizures while he’s been coaching and he suffered yet another this year. Fortunately, it was on a non-game day.

And apparently Kill is still going to coach the game against Morgan State this weekend despite the scare:

Kill suffered his first seizure as a coach in 2005 and was then diagnosed with kidney cancer, which is now in remission. From 2010 to 2013 he had several gameday hospitalizations which were mostly seizures. He took a leave of absence to try to get them under control and ended up coaching again in 2014 and 2015, but actually resigned mid-season in 2015 because of the health issue.

Despite serious health scare, Big Ten coach still expected to be on the sideline this week Scott Halleran/Getty Images
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