Posted December 25, 2012 on sfo.scout.com
Jim Harbaugh kept his sentences short and information at a minimum Monday, repeating a phrase he will rely on following the worst loss of his NFL coaching career: regroup, refit and reorganize. That's all the 49ers can do at this point.
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