Thomas  McGaughey

Thomas McGaughey

McGaughey played his collegiate football as safety with the Houston Cougars from 1991-95, where he was also named special teams captain his senior season. As an undrafted free agent, McGaughey spent time with the Cincinnati Bengals and Philadelphia Eagles in 1996-97. He would later win a championship ring in NFL Europe World Bowl during the 1997 season. McGaughey carried those winning ways into the NFL as he helped the 2006 Denver Broncos reach 13-3 record and punch a ticket to the AFC Championship. The 2007 New York Giants special teams unit excelled under McGaughey's tutelage en route to Super Bowl victory while featuring several Pro Bowl players. In 2011 and 2012, the LSU Tigers ranked in the top 10 nationally in net punting under McGaughey assistance as the Tigers won BCS national title game. After coaching one season with New York Jets, McGaughey now has a fresh start with the San Francisco 49ers, as he hopes to return the storied franchise to glory