Originally posted by Baldie:
But I would think that if Harbaugh doesn't like it...he has the play chart to change it??
I'm sure he has veto power, but he seems like he'll defer to Roman. He knows that Roman is up there, away from the intensity of the game, making good decisions. It's HIS coordinator and he has trust that he'll do a good job.
But based on what he did in Stanford, I imagine there's a lot of feedback and communication when they're making calls. So Harbaguh probably has a good hand in the play-calling.