Jun 8, 2012; Washington, DC, USA; New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin speaks as United States president Barack Obama looks on during a visit to the White House to celebrate the team's Super Bowl XLVI championship. Rafael Suanes-US PRESSWIRE
Here are some news and notes for you on this Saturday morning, New York Giants fans.
Giants hope White House visit isn't their last | New York Daily News
"A few short years ago I said I hope this experience was not a once-in-a-lifetime experience," Coughlin said on Friday afternoon during a ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House. "Now I hope it’s not a twice-in-a-lifetime experience."
And turning to President Barack Obama, Coughlin added: "We both have the goal to get back here next year."
Steve Silverman: Giants Head Coach Tom Coughlin Climbing Up The Charts " CBS New York
It seemed like the obvious move for the Giants as soon as they won Super Bowl XLVI over the Patriots and completed yet another memorable postseason run. They had little choice but to lock up Tom Coughlin for a contract extension.
Tuck not worried about the Jets - Giants Blog - ESPN New York
"We don't worry about the Jets," Tuck said. "We really don't. I know that's become a heated rivalry and a topic of conversation, but the Jets are going to do their thing and we're going to do our thing. I'm not in their locker room and they're not in ours."
"I really don't care what they say and what they do," he added. "I wish them all the luck in the world. I hope they make it to the Super Bowl every year and lose to us. I don't wish anything bad on the Jets but I don't get concerned with what comes out of Jets camp."
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