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Jim Harbaugh Thread

Originally posted by crake49:
How many times have you seen an NFL coach who is so iconic that kids wear costumes evocative of his image?


Hahaha, this is great
Originally posted by SofaKing:
Hahaha, this is great

Right, and Harbaugh could use a little fashion sense from this little guy - notice his khakis are flat front instead of pleated.
Former Chicago Bears and Stanford running back Brad Muster is coach of the Santa Rosa Junior College football team and his former room mate and team mate, Coach Harbaugh will speak to the team in June. There was something in the article about that I felt really should be highlighted. It's the first time I've seen this and it kind of blows me away. From the article:

"Muster was first struck by those qualities as an NFL rookie in 1988 when Harbaugh, a third-string quarterback, begged special teams coach Steve Kazor to play on the punt- and kickoff-coverage units. As a backup, Harbaugh missed the feeling of waking up in the morning and "feeling sore."

Did Muster ever wonder what was wrong with his buddy?

"Maybe a little bit," he said. "But his leadership in that way was infectious and when you see a guy like that doing everything he can think of to make plays for the team, it only serves to motivate you.""

[ Edited by crake49 on May 21, 2014 at 4:07 PM ]
Originally posted by crake49:
How many times have you seen an NFL coach who is so iconic that kids wear costumes evocative of his image?


Wait, I thought Russell Wilson was the only QB in our division who took pictures with kids?
Where are the strippers?
Originally posted by Quest4six:
Wait, I thought Russell Wilson was the only QB in our division who took pictures with kids?
Where are the strippers?

That was my understanding also. This pic must be a photoshop.
that exchange between Harbaugh and kawakami is crazy!


anyone else seen it?
There was an excellent interview with coach on KNBR radio this morning (which is posted on 49ers.com) that illuminated a few things. How can you not love this guy. His approach, philosophy and work ethic as a head football coach is spot on to me.
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Originally posted by crake49:
Former Chicago Bears and Stanford running back Brad Muster is coach of the Santa Rosa Junior College football team and his former room mate and team mate, Coach Harbaugh will speak to the team in June. There was something in the article about that I felt really should be highlighted. It's the first time I've seen this and it kind of blows me away. From the article:

"Muster was first struck by those qualities as an NFL rookie in 1988 when Harbaugh, a third-string quarterback, begged special teams coach Steve Kazor to play on the punt- and kickoff-coverage units. As a backup, Harbaugh missed the feeling of waking up in the morning and "feeling sore."

Did Muster ever wonder what was wrong with his buddy?

"Maybe a little bit," he said. "But his leadership in that way was infectious and when you see a guy like that doing everything he can think of to make plays for the team, it only serves to motivate you.""

Bill Walsh - 60+% winning percentage. Jim Harbaugh 70% wining percentage.
Originally posted by Quest4six:
Wait, I thought Russell Wilson was the only QB in our division who took pictures with kids?
Where are the strippers?

I thought that was Russell Wilson ;)
Originally posted by defenderDX:
that exchange between Harbaugh and kawakami is crazy!


anyone else seen it?

I seen it and i thought it was pretty normal. A reporter shouldn't be scared to ask tough questions, and coach should be professional enough to answer. They both did their jobs.
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[ Edited by THEB on May 30, 2014 at 2:13 PM ]
Originally posted by crake49:
How many times have you seen an NFL coach who is so iconic that kids wear costumes evocative of his image?


Um..lots...













i know you said NFL but meh
lol moded.
Originally posted by lamontb:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
that exchange between Harbaugh and kawakami is crazy!


anyone else seen it?

I seen it and i thought it was pretty normal. A reporter shouldn't be scared to ask tough questions, and coach should be professional enough to answer. They both did their jobs.
but you could feel how pissed off harbs was getting. kawakami wasnt just doing his job. a reporter doesn't just keep on and on like that.
[ Edited by defenderDX on May 30, 2014 at 4:06 PM ]
lol those pics are great