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INDIANAPOLIS -- Jim Harbaugh already landed the top prospect in this year's draft.It will take more than Andrew Luck's signature on a letter of intent to acquire the quarterback this time around, though, and Luck is going to be long gone by the time the 49ers pick later in the first round.Besides, it sounds like Harbaugh is more interested in talking to the guys who didn't choose to go to Stanford at this scouting combine."Can't wait to find those guys," Harbaugh joked. "Find out why they didn't why they didn't come to Stanford. Confront 'em."He kids, he kids. But seriously, Harbaugh said that one of the first thing he thinks about when looking at a prospect is whether or not he recruited the player.He pursued Robert Griffin III, and said he still remembers the phone call from Griffin saying that he was going to choose the University of Houston over Stanford. Griffin didn't wind up at Houston, instead following Art Briles to Baylor...
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49ers coach Jim Harbaugh is going to be in Indianapolis for the NFL combine this week, so it only made sense Wednesday night for him to make the hour-long drive south to Bloomington to see his brother-in-law Tom Crean’s Indiana Hoosiers take on North Carolina Central. But what Harbaugh was seen doing during the game might make less sense.
Fans in attendance probably noticed...
The Scouting Combine's top two quarterbacks - all but assured to be selected 1-2 in April's NFL Draft - each have a connection with San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh: He coached Andrew Luck at Stanford, and he recruited Robert Griffin III, the 2011 Heisman Trophy winner who starred at Baylor.
Luck may be locked up and signed by the Indianapolis Colts - keeper of the...
49ers coach Jim Harbaugh helped out his brother-in-law in IndianaOn Wednesday night, the Indiana Hoosiers men's basketball team played North Carolina Central – the Big Ten, despite having an even number of teams now, still has bye weeks in basketball, leading to absurdities like this one – and welcomed a new manager to the sideline: San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh.
GM Trent Baalke and Jim Harbaugh are in Indy for the NFL Combine. Baalke addressed the media early this am and here is what Baalke had to say regarding free agency and the draft. We’ll go to 140 characters to share his thoughts.
From combine, #49ers GM Trent Baalke says team just wrapped up 17 straight days of draft meetings with scouts.
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INDIANAPOLIS When the new NFL year begins next month, the 49ers' priority will be to preserve what they built in 2011.
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49ers coach Jim Harbaugh would like to see his 13-3 crew back.
INDIANAPOLIS – Everyone knows that San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh has great knowledge of Andrew Luck after having coached the can’t-miss quarterback at Stanford.
What isn’t as well known is that Harbaugh also has some insider knowledge of the quarterback who likely will follow Luck as the second player taken in the 2012 NFL Draft: Baylor’s Heisman Trophy winner Robert...
Perhaps nobody at the combine is as well-connected as Jim Harbaugh. Don Banks likens the 49ers coach to Kevin Bacon and offers more Snap Judgments off early observations in Indy.
San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh was asked about Stanford QB Andrew Luck today at the NFL Combine. Here are his thoughts on the presumed first pick in the NFL draft:
INDIANAPOLIS Trent Baalke has this in common with legions of 49ers fans still smarting over their team's overtime loss to the New York Giants in the NFC Championship Game: The 49ers general manager hasn't watched a replay of the game, and he has no plans to do so.
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The 49ers' Kyle Williams, center, listens to coach Jim Harbaugh...