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Cancer survivor Kill begins new job at Minnesota

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CHICAGO (AP) — Nearly six years removed from a battle with kidney cancer, Minnesota football coach Jerry Kill is in good health and starting a new job in the Big Ten.

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"I'm cancer-free," the first-year Gophers coach said Friday at the second and final Big Ten media day.  "I don't know if you ever win that battle, but I am coaching and I'm blessed to do that."

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