ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Minnesota coach Jerry Kill has suffered another seizure and will miss an entire game for the first time because of his epilepsy.
Kill didn't make the trip with the Golden Gophers to play No. 19 Michigan.
Minnesota officials say Kill was not feeling well on Friday, but planned to travel to Ann Arbor on Saturday to coach in the game. But he suffered a seizure on Saturday morning and was resting at home in Minneapolis while his team warmed up to face the Wolverines.
It's the fifth game-day seizure he has had in three seasons at Minnesota, and the second this year.
Kill did not coach the second half against Western Illinois, the third game he wasn't able to finish because of a seizure. He returned for the next two games.
The school said defensive coordinator Tracy Claeys would serve as the active head coach at Michigan, leading the team from the press box. Kill made contact with his coaching staff before kickoff Saturday, according to the school.
"The kids are resilient, they're ready to roll as they always are," athletic director Norwood Teague said Saturday on KFAN radio. "Jerry's staff is the most cohesive staff in all of college football."
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