Gophers' Kill expected back at work Monday

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  • Updated: November 25, 2012 - 11:52 PM

Gophers football coach Jerry Kill, who suffered a seizure at halftime of Saturday's football game against Michigan State, is expected back at work on Monday, according to members of his coaching staff.

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fyren99Nov. 25, 12 6:01 PM

It would benefit the university greatly if he would be fired now - after he repays the $800,000 to the taxpayers. Time to give it up permanently.

guth54Nov. 25, 12 6:19 PM

Norwood doesn't know if he's on horseback or on foot.

MAUIWHALEPLUNov. 25, 12 6:33 PM

It's too early to tell (if healthy) whether or not Kill could ever turn the Gopher program around, but he's not healthy at all. Right or wrong, kids are going to consider his frequent game-day seizures when they make their college commitments. For the betterment of his health and the Gopher program he needs to step down, maybe one of his assistants could take over for continuity, but he needs to walk away.

bluedevil101Nov. 25, 12 6:50 PM

The head coach missed the football banquet?

juststayhomeNov. 25, 12 6:58 PM

What a flake....

Gophers47Nov. 25, 12 7:01 PM

The best way out of this mistake is to put him on disability. Everyone saves face and we can move on to a coach who is qualified at this level.

wigdajNov. 25, 12 7:13 PM

hopefully he can make the basketball banquet.

bhbhbhbhbhNov. 25, 12 7:16 PM

Grover: Knock, knock wake up .... Jerry may be a nice guy, but he is Joel's choice (And Mona's) so it is time to put your stamp on the program. We need a head coach who can at least stand on the side sideline.

pic6325Nov. 25, 12 7:16 PM

Is there one person in the world who wants this guy back on the job?

drawthehackNov. 25, 12 7:43 PM

It's great he'll be back to work on Monday. But in his state of health he shouldn't be allowed to view the Gophs v. MSU game film. Maybe he should just meet with Durward Toque to firm up the outplacement pkgs for him and his multiple assts.


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