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It is unknown just how the Baltimore Ravens will immortalize John Harbaugh (a sizable raise is in order), but his former school, Miami University in Oxford OH, is going to give him the highest honor by adding him to the Yager Stadium’s Cradle of Coaches Plaza with a full-body bronze statue. Harbaugh, fresh off of delivering a Super Bowl title to the Ravens, will have his statue alongside some of the greatest head coaches in the history of footall, such as Earl “Red” Blaik, Paul Brown, Carm Cozza, Paul Dietzel, Wilbur “Weeb” Ewbank, Ara Parseghian, John Pont, and Glenn “Bo” Schembechler. That’s pretty good company. “Miami is a very special place and as anyone who played or coached at Miami knows that the Cradle of Coaches is a great honor,” Harbaugh said in a press release. “To me, there is no greater recognition in coaching. To be included with these great men is something only dreamed about.” It’s pretty amazing feat. Harbaugh has always been known more as Jim’s older brother, but
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John Harbaugh has won a Super Bowl. Forever etched in NFL history for his Baltimore Ravens championship earlier this month, Harbaugh will soon be joining another elite coaching circle.
Miami University director of athletics David Sayler announced Tuesday that Harbaugh, a 1984 graduate and former defensive back for the RedHawks, will be inducted into its famed Cradle of Coaches Association...
Manti Te’o ran a disappointing 4.81 forty yard dash during the NFL combine today. And if by chance you didn’t know that running a 4.81 forty yard dash is a disappointing time for a linebacker, Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh’s reaction drives the point home.
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It’s safe to say that the Ravens aren’t very high on former Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o.
Te’o, who is already having a pretty rough time heading into the 2013 NFL draft, clocked in at 4.81 seconds in the 40-yard dash on Monday.
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh was less than impressed with Te’o's dash, as seen in the video below.
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Manti Te'o ran an extremely disappointing 40-yard dash at the 2013 NFL Combine. Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh saw it all the way, too.
With his first Super Bowl win, Ravens coach John Harbaugh joined an elite fraternity. Early next year, he’ll join another.
Miami (Ohio) University — Harbaugh’s alma mater — announced Tuesday that the coach will be inducted into the school’s Cradle of Coaches Association and have a statue of his likeness erected at Miami’s Yager Stadium. The ceremony and statue unveiling...
Yesterday, one of the most scrutinized NFL prospects in Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o ran his 40-yard-dash at the NFL combine in Indianapolis, Indiana.
His unofficial results for his dash is 4.82 and Baltimore Ravens head coach Jim Harbaugh wasn't exactly impressed with his effort:
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Tweet NFL Draft prospect and once proud owner of an invisible girlfriend Manti Te’o ran his 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine in a disappointing fashion Monday, posting unofficial times of 4.81 and 4.80. John Harbaugh, head coach of the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens, was caught on camera observing Te’o's 40-yard dash and was [...]
John Harbaugh, a Miami of Ohio graduate, will be immortalized in a life-sized bronze statue in the school's 'Cradle of Coaches' plaza.
The scrutinizing of Manti Teo will continue after Mondays less-than-dazzling performance at the NFL Scouting Combine.
After Teo was unofficially timed at 4.80 in his second 40-yard dash, a shot of Ravens coach John Harbaugh shaking his head in the stands and mouthing "4.83" started trending on Twitter.
To draft Teo in the first round, an NFL team will have...
The 2013 NFL Combine has come and gone. For the all the talk about how the combine drills aren’t important and don’t affect draft stocks, that was far from the case this year. Previous Top 10 locks Jarvis Jones, DaMontre Moore and Bjoern Werner all had lackluster combines and now look likely to go in the bottom half of the first round or possibly even fall out of the first round...