Jerry Kill's health has been a weekly topic this season, since Minnesota's first-year head coach suffered a seizure on the sideline at the end of the Gophers' loss to New Mexico State on Sept. 10. Kill has suffered numerous seizures since, but said Tuesday that if his health ever became a hindrance, he'd quit his position as the Gophers' head coach.
"My situation is something that is going to be with me the rest of my life, so it is what it is, and so I deal with it," Kill said during his regular Tuesday press conference. "But it's not going to affect my job, and it hasn't, and if it ever does, then I won't be the head coach at the University of Minnesota. I'm not going to cheat the University of Minnesota and I'm not going to cheat our fans, I'm not going to cheat anybody. I've never done that in my whole life. I'd walk away from it."
Kill suffered another mild seizure Saturday on the plane home from the Gophers 28-13 loss at Northwestern. He said he was fine and actually returned toRead More »from Jerry Kill will quit if seizures become too much to handle