As you likely heard earlier today, offensive coordinator Jerry Kill suffered what head coach Chris Ash termed a "minor seizure" on Sunday morning. He was hospitalized and was not present during Monday's regular press conferences for the coaches. Ash did say Kill "will be fine" and was just waiting to be released. Watch Ash address the media regarding Kill in this clip from earlier this afternoon.
ICYMI: Chris Ash addressed Jerry Kill's minor seizure.— Rutgers On BTN (@RutgersOnBTN) September 11, 2017
"He's going to be fine." pic.twitter.com/P6PzTUs1u5
The good news is Kill is out of the hospital as of late this afternoon:
Jerry Kill has been released from hospital after seizure. #Rutgers— Ryan Dunleavy (@rydunleavy) September 11, 2017
It's great news to hear coach Kill has been released and knowing of him in his short stint at Rutgers so far, will likely be back to work ASAP. I spoke with Kill this past winter about his battle with epilepsy and his work to raise money to fight the cause against it. Feel better, coach Kill!