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Photo: Minnesota Will Wear Special "Epilepsy Awareness" Decals On Its Helmets On Saturday Against Ohio State

This is one of the coolest helmet decals that we've ever seen. Minnesota football will wear special "Epilepsy Awareness" decals on the back of its lids when the Golden Gophers take on Ohio State this weekend. Check them out:

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@GopherFootball@EpilepsyMN decal to be worn on Saturday. pic.twitter.com/dOtTeNCLx4

— Gopher Equipment (@GopherFBEquip) November 11, 2014

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— Gopher Equipment (@GopherFBEquip)

@GopherFootball@EpilepsyMN decal to be worn on Saturday. pic.twitter.com/dOtTeNCLx4

— Gopher Equipment (@GopherFBEquip) November 11, 2014

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Minnesota head coach Jerry Kill suffers from epilepsy, and even had to leave the team last season to focus on treating the disorder. This is a really nice way for the squad to recognize Kill's battle with epilepsy during arguably its biggest game of the season, as Minnesota will look to move to 8-2 with a win.

The Golden Gophers and the Buckeyes will square off in Minneapolis this Saturday. The game is scheduled to kick off at 12:00 P.M. EST on ABC.