Coaches Jerry Kill (Minnesota) and Joe Paterno (Penn State) will be on the sideline today for their teams' games against Michigan and Indiana, respectively.
Kill, hospitalized twice last month because of seizures, was released from the Mayo Clinic on Wednesday and returned to lead practice that afternoon. Despite seizure problems for years, the 50-year-old hasn't missed a game.
Paterno spent the first part of last week's game against Eastern Michigan on the sideline before heading to the press box. The 84-year-old is still recovering from shoulder and pelvis injuries suffered during a preseason practice. He will start today's game on the field but could go to the press box later on.