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Byline: Doug Fernandes STAFF WRITER
NEW ORLEANS -- Bill Parcells knows his football. The thing is, he doesn't know his football. Like his record. A victory Sunday against the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl XXXI, and he becomes the first coach in National Football League history to win championships with two different teams.
Parcells hears such minutiae, and it's as if someone has asked him "Famous Italian Tenors" for $800, Alex.
"There are things about my coaching record I don't even know," the coach of the New England Patriots said on Tuesday. "People tell me stuff. I'm just trying to win this game."
He spoke as the inquisitive media buzzed about, trying to get behind the man with two Super Bowl rings already in his possession. And just as diligently, …