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I remember a few years ago you called him a high level loser, or something to that effect. I remembered that phrase when I was watching the Ohio State-Michigan game and thinking that Michigan would find a way to lose that game. Maybe there’s something in Harbaugh that just doesn’t want to win the big one. I wonder what would happen to him if he ever does win that elusive championship.
AND YET, You still deny global warming Lowell???..wha? Its not the topic?
Harbaugh? Doesn’t he go to poor third world country’s in the offseason and work building homes? Not so teenagerish.
But I do think..he’s like Hillary. Just something makes it all collapse. Its like that Jed stink you wrote about.
Or as Hemingway would say “Fate”.
He must have said that.
He can definitely be an ass, no question about it, but I wouldn’t be surprised if he has a human side to which you’re simply not privy. Maybe even a little wisdom hidden under that cap of his..
Fritz, you may very well be correct.
larger than life only begins to sdeacribe Harbaugh. beyond all of what Lowell said, look what a huge stick of deodorant he was for the Yorks. They ran a miserable team for over a decade before he showed up. They made horrible hire after horrible hire and were a laughingstock. Harbaugh made them a powerhouse overnight, and they got a stadium built and he made them look like a professionally run team. Bam! as soon as he left they’re not just a bad football team they’ve been exposed as the same utterly dysfunctional and immature organization they’ve been since the Yorks took over. The degree to which Harbaugh’s presence hid all that in front of our eyes is amazing.
Lowell Cohn, retired columnist for the Santa Rosa Press Democrat, covered sports for almost 40 years and never ran out of things to say.