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Jim Harbaugh Thread - U of M Coach as of 12/30/14

Originally posted by Giedi:
What a great picture. The Legendary Walsh and the Soon to be legendary Harbaugh. We are a spoiled and blessed fan base folks!


Awesome picture!... Damn I miss that man, RIP Coach Walsh.
Originally posted by KowboyKiller:
Bernie Kosar looks like Eli, has the same derp face. lol
Originally posted by KowboyKiller:
Bernie Kosar looks like Eli, has the same derp face. lol

lol look at the previous page, you said the exact same thing i did
Originally posted by 49ersOnMINE:
Originally posted by Giedi:
What a great picture. The Legendary Walsh and the Soon to be legendary Harbaugh. We are a spoiled and blessed fan base folks!


Awesome picture!... Damn I miss that man, RIP Coach Walsh.

It really is hard to believe it's coming up on 7 yrs since his passing.
http://www.nfl.com/photoessays/0ap2000000365040/coach-power-rankings?fb_comment_id=fbc_510752842357927_510758035690741_510758035690741#f388ebbbf8

This has got to fry some a$$es up in Seattle.
Originally posted by crake49:
http://www.nfl.com/photoessays/0ap2000000365040/coach-power-rankings?fb_comment_id=fbc_510752842357927_510758035690741_510758035690741#f388ebbbf8

This has got to fry some a$$es up in Seattle.

I'm sure it will, but they really can't argue with the logic. That's the straight facts.
Originally posted by SofaKing:
Originally posted by crake49:
http://www.nfl.com/photoessays/0ap2000000365040/coach-power-rankings?fb_comment_id=fbc_510752842357927_510758035690741_510758035690741#f388ebbbf8

This has got to fry some a$$es up in Seattle.

I'm sure it will, but they really can't argue with the logic. That's the straight facts.

Seattle fans will just argue that based on this year alone Pete Carroll had the best season of any coach, therefore he is one the greatest coaches in history.
Originally posted by crake49:
http://www.nfl.com/photoessays/0ap2000000365040/coach-power-rankings?fb_comment_id=fbc_510752842357927_510758035690741_510758035690741#f388ebbbf8

This has got to fry some a$$es up in Seattle.


And the only two coaches above Harbaugh have had careers that were not above water. One of them had spy gate, the other had bounty gate. While Harbaugh is clean.
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Originally posted by BrianGO:
Originally posted by crake49:
http://www.nfl.com/photoessays/0ap2000000365040/coach-power-rankings?fb_comment_id=fbc_510752842357927_510758035690741_510758035690741#f388ebbbf8

This has got to fry some a$$es up in Seattle.


And the only two coaches above Harbaugh have had careers that were not above water. One of them had spy gate, the other had bounty gate. While Harbaugh is clean.

I think Harbaugh will stay clean, but if Timmy K turns up missing all bets are off.

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Originally posted by crake49:
http://www.nfl.com/photoessays/0ap2000000365040/coach-power-rankings?fb_comment_id=fbc_510752842357927_510758035690741_510758035690741#f388ebbbf8

This has got to fry some a$$es up in Seattle.

Very Nice!
Originally posted by SofaKing:
I'm sure it will, but they really can't argue with the logic. That's the straight facts.

Well logic isn't prevalent up there. Trust me they will find a way
Originally posted by baltien:
Seattle fans will just argue that based on this year alone Pete Carroll had the best season of any coach, therefore he is one the greatest coaches in history.


Seattle is like Starbucks.

Not only is Seattle the birthplace of Starbucks, but both businesses are parallels of each other.
Starbucks came out of nowhere, found huge success, and they thought they were the greatest thing in the world, with the greatest coffee in the world. But in reality, it's just a fad, and their own popularity will cause their demise. BECAUSE they are popular, they can no longer supply the best coffee. There is not enough of it in the world. So they settle for OK coffee, but then the word gets out, then the hipsters go to other coffee shops, and the fad of Starbucks slowly fades away.
The Starbucks CEO even looks like Pete Carroll, and has the same aggressive "raw raw" mentality. The thing is, that might work for a few years, but it wears off in time.

The 49ers, on the other hand, have a history, and a legacy. We have roots in Bill Walsh, those roots keep growing, and have been passed on to Jim Harbaugh. Our ownership has been passed down within the family. We keep innovating, and continue to lead the league and transform it. We have the top ownership, GM, and coach in the league.

What is Seattle's model? Build a loud stadium, win at home and then, "raw raw" your way to a Super Bowl victory? That is not a lasting model. The coffee buzz eventually wears out.

The 49ers will continue to lead from the front, and compete year in and year out with "the 49er way", which is the innovative way, the competitive way, the "above board" way. We are back at the top, and nothing will stand in our way.
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Originally posted by BrianGO:
Originally posted by baltien:
Seattle fans will just argue that based on this year alone Pete Carroll had the best season of any coach, therefore he is one the greatest coaches in history.


Seattle is like Starbucks.

Not only is Seattle the birthplace of Starbucks, but both businesses are parallels of each other.
Starbucks came out of nowhere, found huge success, and they thought they were the greatest thing in the world, with the greatest coffee in the world.


Starbuck's did not come out of nowhere. The owner of Starbuck's was part of the Bay Area's Peet's Coffee.

There was a difference of opinions and the dude left, went to Seattle and started his own company.

Peet's Coffee is one the Bay Area institutions that I really miss.

When friends come to Chile, they bring me coffee from Peet's.

Peet's is better than Starbuck's; the 49ers are better than the Seahawks.

edit: by the way, Starbuck's has never had the best coffee.

[ Edited by buck on Jul 14, 2014 at 4:18 PM ]
Originally posted by BrianGO:
Seattle is like Starbucks.

Not only is Seattle the birthplace of Starbucks, but both businesses are parallels of each other.
Starbucks came out of nowhere, found huge success, and they thought they were the greatest thing in the world, with the greatest coffee in the world. But in reality, it's just a fad, and their own popularity will cause their demise. BECAUSE they are popular, they can no longer supply the best coffee. There is not enough of it in the world. So they settle for OK coffee, but then the word gets out, then the hipsters go to other coffee shops, and the fad of Starbucks slowly fades away.
The Starbucks CEO even looks like Pete Carroll, and has the same aggressive "raw raw" mentality. The thing is, that might work for a few years, but it wears off in time.

The 49ers, on the other hand, have a history, and a legacy. We have roots in Bill Walsh, those roots keep growing, and have been passed on to Jim Harbaugh. Our ownership has been passed down within the family. We keep innovating, and continue to lead the league and transform it. We have the top ownership, GM, and coach in the league.

What is Seattle's model? Build a loud stadium, win at home and then, "raw raw" your way to a Super Bowl victory? That is not a lasting model. The coffee buzz eventually wears out.

The 49ers will continue to lead from the front, and compete year in and year out with "the 49er way", which is the innovative way, the competitive way, the "above board" way. We are back at the top, and nothing will stand in our way.

I love starbucks
Originally posted by crake49:
http://www.nfl.com/photoessays/0ap2000000365040/coach-power-rankings?fb_comment_id=fbc_510752842357927_510758035690741_510758035690741#f388ebbbf8

This has got to fry some a$$es up in Seattle.

coach harbaugh getting flamed in the comment section lmao

love the hate
Originally posted by buck:
Originally posted by BrianGO:
Originally posted by baltien:
Seattle fans will just argue that based on this year alone Pete Carroll had the best season of any coach, therefore he is one the greatest coaches in history.


Seattle is like Starbucks.

Not only is Seattle the birthplace of Starbucks, but both businesses are parallels of each other.
Starbucks came out of nowhere, found huge success, and they thought they were the greatest thing in the world, with the greatest coffee in the world.


Starbuck's did not come out of nowhere. The owner of Starbuck's was part of the Bay Area's Peet's Coffee.

There was a difference of opinions and the dude left, went to Seattle and started his own company.

Peet's Coffee is one the Bay Area institutions that I really miss.

When friends come to Chile, they bring me coffee from Peet's.

Peet's is better than Starbuck's; the 49ers are better than the Seahawks.

edit: by the way, Starbuck's has never had the best coffee.


Willing to disagree. I have never had a better cup of 2 dollar coffee that was better than any of the Bella Florentina cups of coffee I drank from Starbucks. Was simply amazing coffee for the price.