Found December 26, 2011 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Jim Harbaugh may not have the most traditional coaching methods, but they have worked almost to perfection this season. The Niners are one of the year’s biggest surprises and are going to finish the year with a record no worse than 12-4. If you say you saw that coming, you’re lying. One of the keys to the Niners’ success this season has been tremendous coaching. According to the San Francisco Gate, Harbaugh even did a little acting to give his team an edge during Saturday’s victory over Seattle.
Before the 49ers went for it on 4th-and-2 from Seattle’s 40-yard line on the opening drive of the third quarter Saturday, San Francisco coach Jim Harbaugh called a timeout, huddled his offense around him and did his best to earn the NFL’s version of an Academy Award.
Hoping to dupe the Seahawks into thinking the 49ers were preparing for some smash-mouth ball on 4th down, Harbaugh began screaming at his offensive linemen, as if firing them up for the challenge.
“It was a l...
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(12-24) 21:57 PST Seattle - Before the 49ers went for it on 4th-and-2 from Seattle's 40-yard line on the opening drive of the third quarter Saturday, San Francisco coach Jim Harbaugh called a timeout, huddled his offense around him and did his best to earn the NFL's version of an Academy Award....
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