Found February 04, 2013 on StraitPinkie.com:
Saying Jim Harbaugh is an emotional guy is an understatement. We all see him throwing tantrums on the sideline. So why would we not think Jim would be going nuts if he thought the referees missed a pass interference call right at the end of the Super Bowl. The officials felt that Ravens defender Jimmy Smith’s contact with 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree was minor. Harbaugh shared his thoughts after the game, “I really want to handle this with class and grace, and we had several opportunities in this game. We didn’t play our best game, and the Ravens made a lot of plays and battled back. They competed to win. But there’s no question in my mind that there was a pass interference and then a hold on Crabtree on the last one.” Jim Harbaugh did admit that as the head coach for the 49ers he will be biased with his interpretation of the play. Jim goes on, “I realize I’m on the side of the 49ers. I’m the coach of the 49ers there is some bias there. But I wouldn’t be bringing it up unles...
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