Jim McElwain, the Central Michigan coach who previously was the head coach at Florida, is recovering from a seizure he suffered last week that caused him to miss Mid-American Conference Media Day in Cleveland.

McElwain, who was hospitalized following the incident, received a positive update about his health. Tony Paul of the Detroit News offered the latest update, and reported that he should be available for the start of training camp this week.

Paul previously reported that this is the second health scare in as many years for McElwain, who had appendicitis late last summer and had to miss the Chippewas’ season opener at Missouri.

McElwain, 60, is entering his fourth season as Central Michigan’s head coach, and the Chippewas are 20-13 in those 3 seasons including a 9-4 finish in 2021 as it closed with a five-game win streak capped by a 24-21 win over Washington State in the Sun Bowl.

McElwain was head coach at Florida from 2015-17, and Colorado State from 2012-14. H