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You need to remember I was not at the Super Bowl. I watched it on TV like you. When it was all over, I kept watching to see the Harbaugh brothers meet on the field. They struggled through a crowd to find each other. Touching. When they met, they shook hands. Shook hands? They are brothers for heaven’s sake and they just had competed heroically against each other. They should have hugged. Then Jim, of all people, lovingly put his hand on his brother’s face. It was a sweet — yes, sweet — gesture, a younger brother to an older brother, a loser to a winner. Good for both of them.

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  1. John

    Simply put – John was the better coach just as Chip Kelly was the better coach when Jim faced Chip in college. Advice to Jim – dial it down next season and be more engaging. You’ll be a better coach, husband, and a better person.

    February 3rd, 2013 10:43 pm

  2. Rob

    Yea, ESPN pretty much said the same thing when they gave the Niners coach a C-. Just too uptight and intense and it translates to his players.

    February 4th, 2013 6:46 am

  3. Stan

    John as everybody has said..is the normal one.
    I said a couple of days ago,the Culliver and Smith talk? Were real momentum killers. It was like the wheels were getting wobbly.
    And no team just dies like that on the 8 yard line. Like a very bad sports movie ending. Not believable.

    February 4th, 2013 11:19 am

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