Found February 04, 2013 on
Ted Ginn Jr
San Francisco 49ers
(Eds: Updates photos. With AP Photos.) By TIM DAHLBERG AP Sports Columnist It ended another lifetime after it began, with the Baltimore Ravens gladly surrendering two points that meant nothing except to some lucky bettors in Vegas. One brother patted the other on the cheek and, just like that, the strangest Super Bowl you will ever see was finally over.
If football is a game of momentum, the San Francisco 49ers probably deserved a better fate. It took a blackout to get them going, only to have some pedestrian play calling with the game on the line finally finish them off.
This wasn't two coaching geniuses at their best, not even close. Their father, Jack, surely saw that from the stands, where he and his wife, Jackie, spent more than four hours trying their hardest not to root either way as their sons went up against each other on the biggest stage in football.
One, though, was better than the other, and in the end that was why the Ravens were holding the Lombardi trophy alof...
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Long before he was a Super Bowl coach, Jim Harbaugh was a pretty darn good quarterback. Recruited by Bo Schembechler at the University of Michigan, Harbaugh became the Wolverines starter by his sophomore campaign. As a senior, he was a finalist for the Heisman Trophy and ultimately finished third. Figuring out the very real possibility that Jim McMahon would not be able to continue...
Yesterdays Super Bowl was an intense affair, and with two siblings coaching against each other, it was going to be emotional for both the winner and loser.
Jim Harbaugh is usually thought of as the testy of the two brothers, but that wasn’t the case yesterday. After the confetti had started to fall and the Ravens were victorious, 34-31, John Harbaugh started to walk and find...
49ers Practice Pool ReportBy Matt Maiocco NEW ORLEANS -- The lights of the Super Bowl appeared a little brighter for San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh, as the team went through 15 minutes of stretching and playing catch at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. The 49ers held their final get-together, a light workout on the eve of Super Bowl XLVII against the Baltimore Ravens...
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.
For the better part of a decade, Bill Belichick has been the consensus pick as the NFL’s best coach. But that title might be passing on, at least according to John Harbaugh.
Harbaugh, who took home his first Super Bowl title with the Ravens’ 34-31 win over the 49ers on Sunday, isn’t putting himself on that pedestal, though. Instead, he’s talking up his younger brother, Jim...
What started off as a bit of a blowout, turned out to be one of the best Super Bowls in recent history.Both teams had their share of big plays, the Ravens more so in the first half, where they scored 28 of their 34 points.San Francisco came roaring back as they’ve done all postseason, scoring 25 points in the second half, falling just short of their sixth Super Bowl title.Each...
For those who follow college football (like we know all of you do), it’s no secret that this past season UCLA had quite a bit of success under a first-year, former NFL head coach in Jim Mora. Ironically however, had the sands of time shaken out a little differently, Mora might’ve never gotten the UCLA job at all last winter, and instead the Bruins might be led by a current NFL...
Super Bowl XLVII (aka the Bro Bowl) is in the books. The Baltimore Ravens upset the San Francisco 49ers 34-31. John Harbaugh gets bragging rights over brother Jim for the next year. Ray Lewis gets to retire on a high note. And game MVP Joe Flacco has officially been recognized as "elite."There were some phenomenal plays in the game, an electrical problem, an exciting...
The final game of the NFL season is upon us as the AFC Champion Baltimore Ravens prepare to take on the NFC Champion San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl 47. They meet up in New Orleans in a game that features many unique story lines.
From the Harbaughs facing off to Ray Lewis’s final game in the NFL, along with his reported use of banned substances, the game has many off-field angles...
Wiz break 4-game losing streak, beat Clips (w/o CP3 or Blake Griffin). [BF]
Wittman: “Don’t give me that about who was here and who wasn’t.” [CSNW]
RGIII sends fans a message after surgery, rehab is well under way. [HH]
Don’t worry folks: RGIII will do his part to stay healthy. [Bog]
Dan Snyder says good things happened to the Skins thru patience. [Bog]
Good recap of John...