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by Adam Carman, BGB Assistant EditorThere are few coaches active today who seem guaranteed to be in the Hall of Fame: Bill Bellichik, maybe Mike Tomlin or Mike McCarthy. To suggest anyone else usually earns a sportswriter the moniker, "Homer of the Year." This has been especially true of Tom Coughlin, since the Giants' most revered coach, Bill Parcells, is still trying to get in. But a survey of Coughlin's remarkable career, capped by a second amazing Super Bowl run, shows that Coughlin is not only Hall worthy, but in fact should be a shoo-in when the time comes.Let's get the whole outcoached-the-perfect-team thing out of the way because it really is one of the less-impressive achievements. As a receivers coach for the New York Giants in 1990, Coughlin had to keep a run-heavy offense alive with enough threats for a backup quarterback after Phil Simms went down. That Jeff Hostetler was able to keep the Bills ferocious defense honest with strikes to Mark Ingram a...
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Alex Webster, the star running back for the New York Giants who later coached the team for four years, died Saturday at a hospital in Florida. He was 80.
Webster played for New York from 1955-64 and was the head coach from 1969-1973. He is fifth on the franchise list with 4,638 yards rushing and also ran for 39 touchdowns.
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