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One lasting lesson Tom Coughlin learned from Bill Parcells was the importance of continuity.
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Tom Coughlin has heard his players talk plenty during Super Bowl week. But he also hasn’t forgotten that Tom Brady kicked the week off by doing some talking, too. The Giants tried to downplay it, but they clearly took notice of what Brady’s pep rally remarks from last Sunday, when he ...
Giants coach was asked if team seemed overconfident headed into Sunday's game against Patriots
The first call the Giants made following the 1992 season went to Boston College head coach Tom Coughlin, a Giants assistant from 1988-90. “No,” he said.
INDIANAPOLIS — Tom Coughlin is a walking, talking dictionary for the old school, a chiseled stone tablet in these Twitter times.
Tom Coughlin has had no problem with a few of his players saying they are going to win the Super Bowl.
INDIANAPOLIS -- If jinxes exist in the world of sports, the planet will have its answer Sunday after Super Bowl XLVI. Both Bill Belichick and Tom Coughlin held their final news conferences of the week Friday in a ballroom at media headquarters. They each answered questions in front of a glamorous Super Bowl XLVI backdrop, and they were just a few feet away from the Vince Lombardi...
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.
The status of Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski’s ankle has been the subject of hundreds of media questions already this week, and Giants coach Tom Coughlin says the questions can stop now. It’s obvious, from Coughlin’s perspective, that Gronkowski will be ready to go. “Not to belittle the question, I really do think he’ll play,”…
Neither Bill Belichick nor Tom Coughlin are known as wild-and-crazy guys. So don't expect a wild-and-crazy postgame celebration after Sunday's Super Bowl XLVI at Lucas Oil Stadium, whether the New England Patriots or the New York Giants emerge as the victors.
Tom Coughlin said this morning that Ahmad Bradshaw would be the only Giants not practicing today. He was wrong. But in a good way.
Many of the national media pundits and analysts continue to point to the Giants’ pass rush as the key to their turnaround. Stories galore have been written about the comparisons of 2007 and 2011 and the effect the Giants pass rush should have on this game. Even Bill Parcells, on his Super Bowl confidential last night on ESPN, pointed to the Giants DL as the clear strength of...
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(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JIM LITKE AP Sports Columnist We already know why they play the game.
The real question is why they still talk about it all week, since the last time a player or coach said anything memorable during the run-up to the Super Bowl was 1999. That's when Falcons cornerback Ray Buchanan and Broncos tight end Shannon Sharpe had this exchange: