Rutgers offensive coordinator Jerry Kill won’t take long to make a decision on whether or not he will continue to be a member of the Scarlet Knights’ coaching staff, according to reports.’s Ryan Dunleavy reported that Kill, who suffers from epilepsy, will make a decision on his future with the program in the coming days. This was Kill’s first season in Piscataway after a year-and-a-half absence from the game due to medical reasons.

When Kill accepted the offensive coordinator position, he confirmed that he was feeling much better and had developed a routine to help minimize the risk of suffering from seizures. However, Kill was hospitalized in mid-September after suffering a minor seizure during a game. No other medical issues were reported throughout the season.

Kill was formerly the head coach of Minnesota but resigned midway through the 2015 season due to health concerns. Back then, he wasn’t sure he’d ever be able to return to coaching.

With concerns about his health growing again, Kill has decided to take a few days to decide whether or not he should return to Piscataway as the offensive coordinator. According to, head coach Chris Ash has been on the recruiting trail telling players he’s currently unsure whether or not Kill will be calling plays for Rutgers in 2018 and beyond.

Though the reports said Kill would make a decision over the next few days, there was no timeline given for an expected answer.