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Tom Coughlin has faced no shortage of the usual questions this week. But Joe Posnanski has just one question of his own: How, exactly, did Coughlin become such a good coach?
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Tom Coughlin wouldn't touch the Super Bowl trophy at Friday's final media conference. After all, his team hasn't finished their task, which is exactly the message Coughlin will impart to his players right up until Sunday's kickoff. Mike Eisen of Giants.com tells the story.
Although the real Tom Coughlin is currently in Indianapolis for Super Bowl 46, that hasn't stopped a Tom Coughlin impersonator from taking to the streets of New York.
Watch as he mimics Coughlin's trademark style and throws out some challenge flags in downtown New York:
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If Tom Coughlin strikes you as the kind of taskmaster you wouldn’t want to work for, think about how Giants guard Chris Snee must feel: Snee is Coughlin’s son-in-law, which means that not only does he have to perform to Coughlin’s exacting standards during the work week, but he also doesn’t get any presents if…
INDIANAPOLIS — Tom Coughlin is the Giants’ boss, and Lord knows he is going to let the players hear it if they aren’t getting it done. The coach’s metamorphosis that got him and the Giants to a Super Bowl four years ago, and puts him in another four days...
Tom Coughlin has had no problem with a few of his players saying they are going to win the Super Bowl.
Slight change in Tom Coughlin's style makes huge difference.
The New York Giants are ready to face the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl and coach Tom Coughlin expects to have his full roster ready to go in Sunday's game.
By Paul KenyonTom Coughlin speaks highly of Chris Snee, which helps promote harmony not only on the field, but at home, too.
Snee is the starting right guard for the Giants. He also is Coughlin's son-in-law. He and Coughlin's daughter Kate are married and have three sons. Coughlin was asked about Snee on Wednesday.
``He comes from great stock, toughness. He's a guy...
INDIANAPOLIS — Before he took the stage for his final press conference of Super Bowl week, Giants coach Tom Coughlin reflected yesterday morning on the brief meeting he had a moment earlier with Don Shula, the NFL’s all-time coaching wins leader.
“A true Hall of Famer,’’ Coughlin said reverentially.
The New York Giants are ready to face the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl and coach Tom Coughlin expects to have his full team ready to go in Sunday's game. In his final news conference before the game, Coughlin said Friday that running back Ahmad Bradshaw is expected to practice for a third straight day and every player on his 53-man squad wants to play.
Ahmad Bradshaw held out of practice with sore foot, but Tom Coughlin says he's 'OK'
Turnovers will decide the Super Bowl, plain and simple. Why? Because as play designers New Englandâs Bill Belichick and New Yorkâs Tom Coughlin are absolutely equal. QuantCoach Kevin Braig checks in with the facts.....
Tom Coughlin said this morning that Ahmad Bradshaw would be the only Giants not practicing today. He was wrong. But in a good way.