• Jim Harbaugh says the 49ers had a perfect Wednesday practice

    Summary of 38 articles · Updated Feb 5, 2013
    On Wednesday, 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh said his team’s practice was perfect, and on Thursday he said that day’s practice had been even better. San Francisco coach Jim Harbaugh says practices don’t get better than the one the 49ers had on Wednesday. Jim Harbaugh still is one of the best coaches in the NFL today. "That was never a thought, really," Harbaugh said. I was happy at that game and said so at the time," Harbaugh said. The brothers, Coach Jim Harbaugh of the San Francisco 49ers and Coach John Harba...
    • Harbaugh chooses Smith words carefully

      Harbaugh chooses Smith words carefully On Sunday, ESPN reported the 49ers will attempt to trade quarterback Alex Smith in the offseason. Will the 49ers put business aside and grant Smith his release, allowing a highly respected member of the organizatio…
      Source: sfgate.com
    • Harbaugh won't second-guess play calls

      Harbaugh won't second-guess play calls Facing 2nd-and-goal at the 5-yard line, Colin Kaepernick tossed three straight incompletions that were intended for wide receiver Michael Crabtree. Kaepernick said he called an audible on fourth down when he saw Cr…
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    • Harbaugh plays it coy about Alex Smith’s future

      The 49ers might have a “great respect” for deposed quarterback Alex Smith, but that doesn’t mean they’re going to give him away if they don’t have to. During today’s wrap-up news conference, 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh cited his “great personal
    • Joe Flacco is getting his credit, John Harbaugh should too

      Quarterback Joe Flacco is getting the credit that he deserves for leading the Ravens throughout the playoffs and then to a victory over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII. It will be interesting if Ravens coach John Harbaugh gets his.
    • What Was John Harbaugh Ranting About During The Blackout? We Asked A Lip Reader

      One of the highlights of last night's Super Bowl broadcast was watching John Harbaugh berate a poor old man during the 34-minute power outage. We don't know who the old guy was, but we assume he was some kind of stadium official. Like the rest of Americ…
      Source: deadspin.com
    • Harbaugh, Ravens fulfill their Super destiny

      There's no way to quantify belief, but you know it when you see it, and Baltimore had it Sunday. Behind their unflappable coach and QB, the Ravens were truly destiny's children.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Jim Harbaugh Criticizes Officiating in Super Bowl

      The 49ers coach seemed most upset with a noncall on Colin Kaepernick's final pass, to Michael Crabtree, which went incomplete.
      Source: nytimes.com
    • Jim Harbaugh vows to handle Super Bowl loss ‘with class and grace,’ then rips refs after the game

      NEW ORLEANS -- San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh was understandably unhappy after losing Super Bowl XLVII by the agonizing score of 34-31. Losing to his older brother, as he did to brother John, had to put a little more salt in the wound. Also…
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    • 49ers' thrilling year to the bitter end

      49ers' thrilling year to the bitter end The great defender at the end of his career, Ray Lewis of the Ravens, will be retiring with another Super Bowl trophy. The margin between the Ravens and 49ers was just three points, and - as many fans of the latte…
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    • Jim Harbaugh was just a tad angry after the no-call in the end zone

      Whether or not Michael Crabtree was held by Jimmy Smith in the end zone as the San Francisco 49ers' last drive fell short is a Super Bowl issue that will long be debated. Jim Harbaugh, however, did not allow any room for interpretation about his true fe…
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    • Jim Harbaugh upset about late penalties, or lack thereof

      After losing the Super Bowl to his brother, 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh didn’t have much to say. But many of the words he did use were to complain about the officiating near the end of the game, particularly the failed fourth-down conversion. When discussi
    • John Harbaugh: End of game hardest thing I’ve ever experienced

      The end of Super Bowl XLVII means the end of another football season and the end of two weeks spent talking about the fact that the Harbaugh brothers were on opposite sidelines in the biggest game of the year. John Harbaugh wound up coming out on top, b…
    • Jim Harbaugh Wanted A Holding Call On The 49ers' Last Play, And He May Have Had A Point

      Here's Jim Harbaugh's response to the 49ers' failed fourth down play in the end zone, and for once, it's tough to really say he's overreacting. Ravens' cornerback Jimmy Smith probably held Michael Crabtree in the middle of his route, and when Crabtree l…
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    • John and Jim Harbaugh share sweet but awkward exchange after Ravens beat 49ers in Super Bowl

      As you may have heard, Super Bowl XLVII marked the first time two brothers faced off as head coaches. In the end, it was the older brother getting the win as John Harbaugh coached the Baltimore Ravens to a 34-31 win over his brother Jim's San Francisco …
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    • Ravens' John Harbaugh gained valuable experience with Eagles

      NEW ORLEANS - John Harbaugh learned how to charm the media in Philadelphia. Of all the things he took with him from his 10 seasons with the Eagles, it was probably his interaction with the media that prepared him best for becoming an NFL head coach.
      Source: philly.com
    • Harbaugh brothers gambled - and won

      By Gary Shelton, Times Sports Columnist Saturday, February 2, 2013 NEW ORLEANSThe safe thing to do would have been nothing.The patient thing to do would have been to stand pat.The loyal thing to do would have been for a coach to keep grinding with what …
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    • Former USD coach Jim Harbaugh didn't change much on way to Super Bowl

      Those who knew him best said he had Super Bowl qualities even when he was at USD.
    • John Harbaugh says Ravens have had “A-plus-plus” practices

      Not to be outdone by his little brother, Ravens coach John Harbaugh is heaping praise on the practice habits of his team during Super Bowl week. On Wednesday, 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh said his team’s practice was perfect, and on Thursday he said that da
    • Harbaugh's deal? We might never know

      Harbaugh's deal? We might never know Back in the summer of 2010, I had gone down to Stanford to introduce myself to the Cardinal head coach. Harbaugh had turned around a middling program in dramatic fashion, and he was starting his third season at the h…
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    • Harbaugh brothers say they could work together

      John and Jim Harbaugh said they could envision working together someday in a news conference at the Super Bowl between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers.
    • Share and share alike for Harbaugh brothers

      NEW ORLEANS • Brothers often learn to share, and on Thursday the Harbaugh brothers shared the same practice facility as their teams continued preparations for Super Bowl XLVII.
      Source: stltoday.com
    • John Harbaugh has Ravens in right mindset heading into Super Bowl

      Team loose and having fun, yet still focused while preparing for Sunday's game vs. 49ersTeam loose and having fun, yet still focused while preparing for Sunday's game vs. 49ers
    • Jim Harbaugh raves about the 49ers’ Super Bowl week practices

      On Thursday morning, 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh said that the 49ers were coming off a perfect Wednesday practice, and he wanted an exact duplicate of that later in the day. On Thursday afternoon, Harbaugh said his players had exceeded his expectations. “I
  • John Harbaugh not far removed from college-job snubs

    Today, he’ll ride in a parade celebrating his Super Bowl title. But it wasn’t that long ago when Ravens head coach John Harbaugh couldn’t get a call back for college jobs. Harbaugh reflected on that long road Monday, saying he was still in disbelief
  • Notes: Harbaugh on how Ravens bounced back in playoffs; Celebrating Big Bob; Joiner returns

    The Ravens win didn't go over very well in Bengaldom, but no one is begrudging backup guard Bobbie Williams his first Super Bowl ring.
    Source: bengals.com
  • Super Bowl XLVII: Baltimore Ravens' coach John Harbaugh outcoaches younger brother Jim for first title

    We don’t really know how things went in the backyard when they were kids but on Sunday night, in the biggest backyard brawl of their lives, John Harbaugh got the jump on his brother Jim. Super Bowl XVLII was a two-way game of momentum, finally shut off
  • Screech will be in the corner of former ‘Saved by the Bell’ co-star Jim Harbaugh

    It is Screech’s chance to return the favor. San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh made a guest appearance 17 years ago on "Saved by the Bell: The New Class" where he played the cousin of Screech, played by Diamond. Harbaugh was then the starting q
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  • 49ers, Ravens let family and friends attend Saturday practices

    As the 49ers and Ravens had their final Super Bowl practices on Saturday at the Superdome, both Harbaugh brothers allowed players and coaches to bring their friends and families along, on the theory that the most important thing at this late point is to…
  • Harbaugh brothers compete, and so do father and son

    San Francisco 49ers Coach Jim Harbaugh's son Jay will be taking sides against his dad during the game Sunday. Jay is a coaching intern working for his uncle, John, coach of the Baltimore Ravens. And Jay's for Baltimore all the way. NEW ORLEANS - Everyon
    • Jim Harbaugh avoids talking to his oldest son, a Ravens intern

      The Harbaugh brothers are getting most of the attention this week in New Orleans, and the Harbaugh parents even had their own press conference, but a member of the next generation of Harbaughs has managed to keep a low profile. Jay Harbaugh, the oldest …
  • Jerry Green: John Harbaugh never flamboyant like brother Jim but still a winner

    John Harbaugh stood up on a platform, illuminated by a spotlight, 72 hours before Super Bowl XLVII - and illuminated a bunch of hard-boiled cynics with his smile, his humor, his wisdom and his grace.
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  • Jim Harbaugh’s actually quite the storyteller

    When in front of the media, 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh presents a very narrow slice, perhaps only a sliver, of his actual personality. But those who work with him say the sometimes-curt, rarely expansive coach can actually work the room with the best of t…

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