BY Rebellious John Clayton
PISCATAWAY, NJ— An unlikely gathering took place on Busch Campus Monday evening. The New York Giants, fresh off surrendering fifty two points to the New Orleans Saints in a 52-49 defeat, came out to listen to and practice with Rutgers Women’s Soccer team.
The Scarlet Knights have surrendered the fewest goals of any team in the nation this season, giving up just five all year. Their play has been in stark contrast to a New York Giants defense that ranks near the bottom in nearly every statistical category, including opponent’s scoring.
“There are people that call what we’re doing unorthodox. But the gap between our sports isn’t what we focus on. The bottom line is these ladies know how to play defense and we can’t stop a dude with no ratio from entering a party. We need all the help we can get,” Tom Coughlin told reporters during his weekly Monday press conference.
“We aren’t so much focusing how football strategy as we are the concept of defense in general,” added Coughlin. “You know, this idea of defense being for the purpose of stopping the other team, that sort of thing is what these ladies are teaching.”