Monday, September 17, 2012

"We do what we’re coached."

IPBiz has talked about Greg Schiano previously. This grew out of an interest in a "vanish from the internet" discussion by Vai Sikahema, illustrating the perils of future prior art searching ("here today but gone tomorrow").

Schiano is in the news again:

Coughlin yelled at Tampa Bay's rookie coach Greg Schiano after the game, miffed that Manning was knocked down on the final kneel-down because the Bucs went all out to try to force a fumble.

Coughlin said it was unprofessional and might have led to an injury, Manning called it a cheap shot. Schiano, the former Rutgers coach, said his team was just playing to the final whistle and it was not dirty.
Taken from As Eli Manning goes, so go the Giants, beat Bucs

From Schiano, Coughlin and the Unwritten Rules

Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy: “We do what we’re coached. I’ll leave it at that.”

There's a lot of that sentiment in patent prosecution. Canards that are repeated, and followed by some.

** One previous IPBiz post on Schiano:

Bergen Record: New Jersey is in the toilet bowl


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