Mike Leach continues to recover from serious health complications that began on Sunday, and he remains at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson on Monday.

The Clarion-Ledger reported that the Mississippi State coach had a massive heart attack on Sunday, and Leach, 61, collapsed at his home in Starkville, but did not receive medical attention for between 10 to 15 minutes. EMTs used a defibrillator machine and delivered multiple shocks to restore normal heart rhythm.

After he was stabilized at Oktibbeha County Hospital, he was transported by helicopter to UMMC. Two of his 4 his children are already in Jackson with the other two en route.

Leach also may have suffered seizures with the possibility of brain damage as the situation is dire.

Bulldog defensive coordinator Zach Arnett is currently overseeing the football team in Leach’s absence.

Leach, 61, is in his third season as Mississippi State’s head coach. The Bulldogs ended the 2022 regular season with an Egg Bowl win over rival Ole Miss 24-22 on Nov. 24. MSU is set to face Illinois in the ReliaQuest Bowl (formerly the Outback Bowl) in Tampa on Jan. 2.