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Video: New York Giants Head Coach Tom Coughlin on Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show”

March 9th, 2013 at 11:00 AM
By Dan Benton

On Thursday night, New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin concluded a three-day grind that included countless radio spots, TV appearances and online interviews by joining Comedy Central and Jon Stewart on "The Daily Show" in an effort to promote his new book "Earn the Right to Win." As you might have expected, putting Coughlin and Stewart together was brilliant TV, and in case you missed it, we here at Giants 101 have the video for ya'.

Coughlin will also join Michael Kay at CBS Studios in New York in early April to record an episode of CenterStage. Once the air date is scheduled, we here at Giants 101 will be sure to let you know.


Tags: Football, New York, New York Giants, NFL, Tom Coughlin

3 Responses to “Video: New York Giants Head Coach Tom Coughlin on Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show””

  1.  kujo says:

    The subtitle of this article should be “The Guy Who Never Laughs Guests on a Funny Show.”

  2.  GmenMania says:

    A couple of prospective targets at DT in free agency:

    1. Sen’Derrick Marks: Former second-rounder in Tennessee who never really lived up to the potential, but has had a couple of fairly productive seasons. Would be a very Reese-like signing (similar to what he did with Bennett), and should come cheap. Only 26.

    2. Jason Jones: On the Seahawks last year, he’s a pocket-pushing DT who can also play DE in a pinch. Very versatile player, could be had for slightly over the veteran minimum, perhaps. Turns 27 in May.

    3. Sammie Hill: Lot of potential, coming form playing behind Nick Fairley and Ndamukong Suh in Detroit. Had a fairly productive season last year with a handful of sacks, but nothing this year, so he should come relatively cheap. Could fit our need for a pass-rushing presence in the middle beautifully. Only 27 in November.

    4. Roy Miller: Last on this list for a reason, he’s more of a younger Shaun Rogers. Was a rotation DT on the Bucs 1-ranked run defense last season, but not considered to be anything more than a run stuffer. Doesn’t really fit our needs that much, but he’s young, cheap, and quite good against the run. Only 26 in July.

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