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‘The House That Harbaugh Built’ banner flies over Levi’s Stadium

Jan 1, 2017 at 11:55 AM--


Fans are frustrated with San Francisco 49ers ownership and it has shown up yet again prior to the team's finale against the Seattle Seahawks at Levi's Stadium today. Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports that a small plane was flying over the 49ers' home stadium with a banner that read, "Levi's Stadium – The House That Harbaugh Built."


No word on whether or not Jim Harbaugh, the former 49ers head coach who is now at the University of Michigan, was the pilot. Probably not though.

Harbaugh's four-year tenure with the 49ers is seen as instrumental in getting the stadium built. After years of losing, Harbaugh helped to make the 49ers relevant again. The coach was fired following the team's inaugural season there.






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