Found September 19, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
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Greg Schiano's welcome to the NFL moment came in the same state where he coached Rutgers University for 11 seasons. First, the Bucs lost the battle of the chalkboard to Eli Manning and the Giants, who passed for 510 yards and three touchdowns last Sunday. Then Schiano got another teaching moment from Giants coach Tom Coughlin, who didn't like the first-year coach ordering his defense to fire off the ball on the final kneel down to end the game. Schiano has been anything but apologetic. "To me it's a clean, hard, tough finish-the-game play,'' Schiano said. "Some people disagree with that. That's certainly what makes the world go round. Everybody has opinions. But I don't have any remorse or regret. "It's clean, hard football. It was no sneak attack. We were down, ready to go and that's how we do it all the time. If you've studied any tape of us, that's how we do it.'' You can bet the Dallas Cowboys have been...
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