Report Tom Coughlin out as Giants’ head coach

Longtime New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin has informed his staff that there will indeed be a coaching change, according to a tweet from ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Coughlin, 69, spent the last 12 seasons as coach of the team and went 102-90 while winning two Super Bowls, both against the New England Patriots. Despite that, his Giants had not made the postseason since the last Super Bowl win in 2011 and a change was needed. Coughlin was also the first-ever coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars and spent eight years with the team before being fired and hired by the Giants just two years later. He also served as the Giants’ wide receivers coach under Bill Parcells from 1988 to 1990 and was on the staff for the team that won Super Bowl XXV.

There has been no word on the future of Coughlin’s staff, nor that of GM Jerry Reese, nor has there been any indication as to who the Giants will target to succeed Coughlin. Be sure to stay tuned to Campus Sports for further updates!

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