Found January 16, 2013 on
Kissing Suzy Kolber:
John Harbaugh: It’s gonna happen. I hope you’re ready.
Jim Harbaugh: It’s definitely gonna happen.
John: Just so long as you hold up your end of the bargain.
Jim: Oh, we’re gonna be there. You just make sure your guys have a ticket to the dance.
John: Don’t worry about us. We already proved we can win on the road in the playoffs. We’re battle tested!
Jim: Only because you had to. Because you sucked in the regular season. Not our fault you couldn’t get a bye.
John: We had injuries!
Jim: [Mocking voice] We had injuries!
John: It doesn’t even matter. We’re in the same boat you are. Gotta win on the road to make it to the Super Bowl.
Jim: Hardly. All we gotta do is beat the Falcons. That’s nothing. There’s a reason we’re favored. America knows we’re the better team. I’ll be getting the Gatorade shower before the third quarter is over. You’re just gonna lose to the Patriots again.
John: We can beat the Patriots. We should have last year and we already did this year.
Jim: That’s onl
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