Athletic director Norwood Teague told reporters after the game that Kill didn’t need to be hospitalized and will be fine. That’s great to hear.
“We have 100 percent confidence in Jerry,” Teague said. “We’ll evaluate his health at the end of the year. … That’s more for him.”
Kill, a cancer survivor, has battled seizure disorder for years, and his longtime staff of assistants is prepared to take over his duties during games.
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