FORT WORTH, Texas -- TCU offensive line coach Eddie Williamson is out of the hospital after treatment for chest pains that he experienced on the sideline during a game.
TCU spokesman Mark Cohen says Williamson was "doing well" after his Monday release but will take several days off to rest before returning to work.
The 58-year-old Williamson fell ill during the first quarter of the Horned Frogs' (No. 3 BCS, No. 4 AP) 40-35 victory over San Diego State in Fort Worth on Saturday. The coach left the sideline and was taken to a hospital.
Williamson is in his 10th season at TCU. He became assistant head coach in 2002.
TCU doesn't play again until its regular-season finale Nov. 27 at New Mexico.
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