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And was he so animated on the sidelines while he was at Stanford? I really can't stand his theatrics--- I'm kind of glad the other Harbaugh won. He doesn't seem as annoying...

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2/4 8:22 AM | IP: Logged
Great coach but he is a cry baby.

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2/4 8:25 AM | IP: Logged

Originally posted by Nolebra Kai:
Great coach but he is a cry baby.

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This. I like John a lot better

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2/4 8:41 AM | IP: Logged
I don't care for his whining. 
2/4 8:44 AM | IP: Logged
Love him, all about making men men

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2/4 8:55 AM | IP: Logged

I love Harbaugh. That guy is the best coach in all of football. He took programs and turned them all around. His offense changes every week and uses the players he has. He made a QB change in the middle of the season to a young player and developed an offense he could play great in. Imagine if we had something like that here at FSU. EJ was great in the no huddle but rarely used it. This year with a guy like Jameis, we should run the same type offense the 49ers and Skins used. The pistol with Jameis and our WR's would be deadly in the ACC.
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I wouldn't can his resume because of his antics. My favorite coach in the world has a lil side line problem too.
2/4 9:00 AM | IP: Logged

Seems pretty even tempered to me....


2/4 9:01 AM | IP: Logged

Originally posted by alwaysgr8fsu:

I love Harbaugh. That guy is the best coach in all of football. He took programs and turned them all around. His offense changes every week and uses the players he has. He made a QB change in the middle of the season to a young player and developed an offense he could play great in. Imagine if we had something like that here at FSU. EJ was great in the no huddle but rarely used it. This year with a guy like Jameis, we should run the same type offense the 49ers and Skins used. The pistol with Jameis and our WR's would be deadly in the ACC.


Best coach in all of football? Not sure about that one

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I like him. I don't fault someone for being passionate and a little crazy. He is a great coach.

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Seems pretty unhinged to me. Didn't he smack some other coach at one point when they went to shake hands?
2/4 9:08 AM | IP: Logged

No, but it's due to the scuffle he got into with one of our assistant coaches after our game at Ann Arbor in 1986.
2/4 9:09 AM | IP: Logged

ok who is better? Saban? really? He's at Bama where all you need is a decent coach and you can win there. Bill B. Please he had the Tom Brady on the bench and not even looking to play him until Drew B. gets hurt. He was fired and ran out of town twice. Jim put Stanford on the map and took this 49ers team to The SB and NFC title game the last two years. He changed QB's mid-season for a young QB and that was the best move the Niners could have made. So please tell me who you think the best coach in football is? All I know if I could have any coach coaching FSU it would be him
2/4 9:11 AM | IP: Logged
Belichick

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2/4 9:12 AM | IP: Logged

I don't like him one bit. However, he is a great/winning coach.
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Originally posted by d'ster:

I wouldn't can his resume because of his antics. My favorite coach in the world has a lil side line problem too.
I see you trolling, Will Muschamp.
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He took a team with losing record to Super Bowl in just 3 seasons. In fact, he turned around the team in 2nd season but lost to eventual SB champion in the NFC game last year.

If he was animated on the sidelines, can you blame him? It's SUPER BOWL!! You don't get to that game very often if at all.
2/4 9:25 AM | IP: Logged

lol at Bill B. Ok you right Bill is better then Jim H. please give me a break. Bill had no sucess until Drew B. got hurt and Bill had to play Brady. Harbaugh went to schools and teams that had no QB and either recruited (Luck) or drafted (Colin) and advanced those teams to high levels. What did Bill do before Brady? Bill didn't even think Brady could play.
2/4 9:52 AM | IP: Logged

Originally posted by alwaysgr8fsu:

lol at Bill B. Ok you right Bill is better then Jim H. please give me a break. Bill had no sucess until Drew B. got hurt and Bill had to play Brady. Harbaugh went to schools and teams that had no QB and either recruited (Luck) or drafted (Colin) and advanced those teams to high levels. What did Bill do before Brady? Bill didn't even think Brady could play.


Brady is one of the best of all time but Belichicks record speaks for itself you can't dispute that. Harbaugh hasn't won anything yet

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What's Bill record without Brady? It would be different if Bill actually drafted Brady with plans on playing him or thought he was great. Once Drew got hurt Bill told his own coaches we will be looking for a new job after the year. SO with that statement Bill himself didn't think Brady could play or lead this team to wins. I agree, Jim hasn't won the SB yet but winning the most rings doesn't make you the better coach.Jimmy Johnson was a better coach then Bill, but Bill has more rings. Rings alone don't tell the whole story. Heck coaches like George Seifert and Barry Switzer have rings but are they good coaches?
2/4 10:02 AM | IP: Logged
His antics are bit annoying, but the dude gets results that I cannot argue with. 
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Originally posted by alwaysgr8fsu:

What's Bill record without Brady? 
How quickly we forget that they won 11 games the year Brady tore his ACL. 
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Can't stand him. The better behaved brother won. John is much more humble and likable

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whats bills record since spygate?? game over, belichick is far from the best coach.  jim Harbaugh IS the best coach.  You remember when he called Andrew Luck the best qb hes ever seen when Luck was a freshman about to start at USC as a 35 point underdog? and then they won... now he trades up to get little kaepernick and is making him into a monster.  SF will be very tough to deal with for next 10 years. This loss will probably humble him a little bit, and hell get working for next yera.  Best coach no questions asked
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John is the better Harbaugh. He has done much more with less (he was a dropped pass from the Super Bowl last season) than Jim at S.F., who has good, young talent all over his roster.

And I thought Jim's playcalling in the red zone (imagine a FSU fan questioning playcalling!) was poor last night. He put the game in the hands of a rookie QB, who was terrific between the 20's, but struggled (as one mught expect) when the field was compressed and the Ravens could take chances with a variety of blitzes and looks.

To have 2nd and goal from the 5, against an exhausted (and old) Baltimore defense, and not run the ball, forcing Kaepernick to make quick decisions under duress, was puzzling, to say the least.
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The dude is and has always been a complete tool.
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He's the kind of guy you hate when he coaches against you, but would love if he was your coach. He really is a good coach.

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Loved him since he was a QB for the Bears. Never knew he'd be so good of a coach though. I wish Chicago had canned Lovie a year earlier and brought Jim in then.
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He has no class. 
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Originally posted by nutmegnole:

John is the better Harbaugh. He has done much more with less (he was a dropped pass from the Super Bowl last season) than Jim at S.F., who has good, young talent all over his roster.

And I thought Jim's playcalling in the red zone (imagine a FSU fan questioning playcalling!) was poor last night. He put the game in the hands of a rookie QB, who was terrific between the 20's, but struggled (as one mught expect) when the field was compressed and the Ravens could take chances with a variety of blitzes and looks.

To have 2nd and goal from the 5, against an exhausted (and old) Baltimore defense, and not run the ball, forcing Kaepernick to make quick decisions under duress, was puzzling, to say the least.


John has been a part of one of the best franchises in the NFL and a team that had sustained success for nearly a decade. Ozzie is one of the best in the business and they've had a team that competes for AFC division and conference titles more times then not.

As a former resident of San Francisco, the 49ers were a dumpster fire after Much was let go and the team was being run into the ground by Terrell Owens. From Mike Nolan to Singletary, both had put together some really nice drafts, signed some quality players but couldn't get over the hump w/ any winning seasons. To deny what Jim H has done at 3 programs in turning them around so quickly and to say his brother is better by saying he's done more w/ less is the furthest from the truth. Jim has consistently done more w/ less over 3 institutions at 3 different levels of football.

Jim has also hired fantastic assistants around him. I agree w/ you in regards to his play calling in the red zone, but just before the time out was called to avoid the delay of game - they called a iso lead w/ Gore and Kap on a QB run that looked like it MIGHT have caught the edge of the endzone for a TD (unbalanced set to the right and Kap only had to beat 1 defender). The other problem is, after Gore had that huge run, he took himself out of the game and they ran an inside zone power play w/ a 165 pound RB instead of Gore.

John is a great coach in a great division, he's won it now but if you're going to give kudos to the Ravens for being one dropped pass away from being in the Super Bowl twice, you could make the same argument for the 49ers gift wrapping two scoring drives off of botched punts. Jim has taken his "young" team (which is amazing) to 2 NFC title games, losing one to the eventual champion and now he's taken a QB w/ 10 games under his belt, a simplistic passing attack  to a Super Bowl. But yet, John is clearly doing more w/ less. You're a my boy nutmegnole but come on man.
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Don't care, 10/10 would let coach me

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2/4 11:11 AM | IP: Logged
Would trade both kids and wife if he would come coach FSU

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2/4 11:16 AM | IP: Logged

I think he is an awesome coach and although I think he is a whiner, I cant think of many better coaches.
2/4 11:53 AM | IP: Logged

Originally posted by Warcha...r 1757:

He has no class. 


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I never paid much attention to him before last night so not sure if that is how he normally acts or not.  I assumed since he has only been in the NFL for about 2 years and already in the SB and against his brother no less, he was just wanting it a bit more.
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Originally posted by Rhino_nole:






Originally posted by nutmegnole:

John is the better Harbaugh. He has done much more with less (he was a dropped pass from the Super Bowl last season) than Jim at S.F., who has good, young talent all over his roster.

And I thought Jim's playcalling in the red zone (imagine a FSU fan questioning playcalling!) was poor last night. He put the game in the hands of a rookie QB, who was terrific between the 20's, but struggled (as one mught expect) when the field was compressed and the Ravens could take chances with a variety of blitzes and looks.

To have 2nd and goal from the 5, against an exhausted (and old) Baltimore defense, and not run the ball, forcing Kaepernick to make quick decisions under duress, was puzzling, to say the least.




John has been a part of one of the best franchises in the NFL and a team that had sustained success for nearly a decade. Ozzie is one of the best in the business and they've had a team that competes for AFC division and conference titles more times then not.

As a former resident of San Francisco, the 49ers were a dumpster fire after Much was let go and the team was being run into the ground by Terrell Owens. From Mike Nolan to Singletary, both had put together some really nice drafts, signed some quality players but couldn't get over the hump w/ any winning seasons. To deny what Jim H has done at 3 programs in turning them around so quickly and to say his brother is better by saying he's done more w/ less is the furthest from the truth. Jim has consistently done more w/ less over 3 institutions at 3 different levels of football.

Jim has also hired fantastic assistants around him. I agree w/ you in regards to his play calling in the red zone, but just before the time out was called to avoid the delay of game - they called a iso lead w/ Gore and Kap on a QB run that looked like it MIGHT have caught the edge of the endzone for a TD (unbalanced set to the right and Kap only had to beat 1 defender). The other problem is, after Gore had that huge run, he took himself out of the game and they ran an inside zone power play w/ a 165 pound RB instead of Gore.

John is a great coach in a great division, he's won it now but if you're going to give kudos to the Ravens for being one dropped pass away from being in the Super Bowl twice, you could make the same argument for the 49ers gift wrapping two scoring drives off of botched punts. Jim has taken his "young" team (which is amazing) to 2 NFC title games, losing one to the eventual champion and now he's taken a QB w/ 10 games under his belt, a simplistic passing attack  to a Super Bowl. But yet, John is clearly doing more w/ less. You're a my boy nutmegnole but come on man.




Hard to disagree with any of your points. And perhaps my perspective and respect for John is skewed by my living in New England and observing what the Ravens have done to the Pats the last two seasons. I do think that John may have his best coaching this season, winning it all with a team that was old and banged up, and taking the huge gamble of firing his OC @2/3 through the season.

I saw the same thing you did before the time out. I think Kaepernick would have had the edge and the TD. Why Jim didn't go to the pistol and have Kaepernick as a run threat on subsequent downs is a mystery. The Ravens were on their heels.

The 49'ers did hand the NFC title to the (hated) Giants last year on two botched punts; the SF defense was tremendous that game. But the offense, and Alex Smith in particular, was so inept, they would have had difficulty scoring if they played another four quarters. The 49ers were a year away.

Anyway, great points and good discussion.

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He wants cake now

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2/4 12:12 PM | IP: Logged

Who has it better than Jim?  John does !!!!!   
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Originally posted by nutmegnole:

John is the better Harbaugh. He has done much more with less (he was a dropped pass from the Super Bowl last season) than Jim at S.F., who has good, young talent all over his roster.

And I thought Jim's playcalling in the red zone (imagine a FSU fan questioning playcalling!) was poor last night. He put the game in the hands of a rookie QB, who was terrific between the 20's, but struggled (as one mught expect) when the field was compressed and the Ravens could take chances with a variety of blitzes and looks.

To have 2nd and goal from the 5, against an exhausted (and old) Baltimore defense, and not run the ball, forcing Kaepernick to make quick decisions under duress, was puzzling, to say the least.



I believe it was Ed Reed who talked about the defense when they got to the 5. John told the DC that they were not going to allow them to run it in and that they would force them to pass.

They came with a zero blitz 3 times out of the 4 downs which left the receivers in man coverage but with limited room to maneuver due to field position.

John said that the Niners made the correct read on their D and adjusted the play-calling accordingly but the Ravens just got exceptional pressure and CK wasn't able to find someone in the limited time he had to throw.

After hearing the Ravens explain what they did, it made sense why they threw on all those downs, but the actual pass plays seemed disappointing.

Jim took a team that went 6-10 the year before and went 13-3 and to the NFC championship game.

And turning Stanford into a national contender and consequetive wins over a USC team in their prime isn't too bad.

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maybe the most competetive guy in sports

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