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San Francisco head coach Jim Harbaugh might have just added another enemy. Following the 49ers' 25-19 victory over the Lions, Harbaugh and Lions head coach Jim Schwartz had to be separated after tempers flared between the two coaches. Harbaugh was ecstatic after San Francisco pulled off a win over the previously undefeated Lions. After the game ended, he jumped up and down and then slapped Schwartz on the back when the two shook hands, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Schwartz reportedly then turned and snarled at Harbaugh before chasing him, at which point a skirmish took place. According to the...
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Jim Harbaugh decided it would be a good idea to jump around Ford Field celebrating like he won a Super Bowl following the 49ers win over the Detroit Lions. Jim Schwartz took exception to the excessive celebrating and chased down Harbaugh to let him know of his displeasure. The two had to be physically separated when Schwartz caught up to Harbaugh.
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Detroit Lions head coach Jim Schwartz addressed the media this afternoon, here are a few notes:- It was a hard fought game yesterday and it is unfortunate that the events at the end of the game overshadowed a great game. - Schwartz … [visit site to read more]Jim Schwartz Press Conference Notes - SideLion Report - SideLion Report - A Detroit Lions Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
San Francisco coach Jim Harbaugh and Detroit coach Jim Schwartz had to be separated on the field after the game. Harbaugh seemed to say something that fired up Schwartz, and they bumped into each other on the field.
Give Jim Harbaugh credit for breathing life into the 49ers. His excitement is just what the team needs. But it is not what a postgame handshake needs, and the rookie coach must tone it down, Clark Judge says.
Don't mess with the Harbaughs T...
Jim Harbaugh head coach of the San Francisco 49ers fights with Jim Schwartz of the Detroit Lions during their game at Ford Field yesterday in Detroit, Michigan. The 49ers defeated the Lions 25-19…I think Harbaugh would wreck Schwartz…He’s one fiery son of bi*ch….All I can say to the Lions coach, May the Schwartz be with him. -TO...
Jim Harbaugh's wallet may not get raided by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell for Sunday's handshake scuffle but one man who may suffer the financial fall out of the fight is 49ers offensive tackle Anthony Davis.
The 22-year-old second year player acted as a 320-pound human shield between Detroit Lions' head coach Jim Schwartz and Harbaugh.
But it's not Davis'...
After the San Francisco 49ers defeated the Detroit Lions 25-19 on Sunday, Niners head coach Jim Harbaugh jumped around the field, chest bumping and acting like it was a Super Bowl victory. Harbaugh greeted Lions coach Jim Schwartz with an aggressive brush-off handshake near midfield, and then scurried off. But Schwartz didn’t appreciate it and chased down Harbaugh to let him know...
Earlier today the San Francisco 49ers pulled off a close victory over the undefeated Detroit Lions in Detroit. After the game, a visibly excited and overly animated Niners head coach Jim Harbaugh did not hide his exuberance when shaking hands with Detroit head coach Jim Schwartz. Check out the video: I can understand Schwartz’s displeasure [...]
NEW YORK (AP) -- The NFL will not fine coaches Jim Harbaugh and Jim Schwartz for their postgame tiff Sunday.
The NFL will not fine coaches Jim Harbaugh and Jim Schwartz for their postgame tiff Sunday.
Former Raiders coach John Madden said that the minor kerfuffle between 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh and Lions head coach Jim Schwartz after Sunday's game shouldn't take away from the Niners victory that brought them to a 5-1 record for the first time since 1998.
"I think this deal at the end...
SANTA CLARA - Filling in for Matt Barrows today, and only a day removed from the 49ers beating the previously unbeaten Lions, on the road at Ford Field, with a dramatic fourth-quarter comeback.
San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh, left, and Detroit Lions head coach Jim Schwartz, right, shout at each other after an NFL football game in Detroit, Sunday, Oct. 16, 2011....
The NFC might have a nasty new rivalry. After the San Francisco 49ers knocked Detroit from the unbeaten ranks 25-19 Sunday in a game that matched the pregame hype, both coaches bumped each other in an emotionally charged exchange. The incident came after 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh's exuberant celebration and black-slap of Lions coach Jim Schwartz as they met on the field.
Jim Harbaugh and Jim Schwartz nearly came to blows, but it was Andy Reid who absorbed the most unexpected wallop Sunday.