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  • Sad really. The guy is just angry man.

    I see major trauma in his personal future.
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  • LMAO - He drilled a girl between the numbers for crowding the plate. What an ass.
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  • Wow, he was a dick from childhood. I'm kind of surprised, but kind of not. My parents would have grounded me for weeks for beaning a girl for crowding the plate. I wouldn't have done it in the first place, though.
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  • I'm honestly curious to see how our fellow Niners fans on this board will defend him.
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:I'm honestly curious to see how our fellow Niners fans on this board will defend him.


    Harbaugh has a few screws loose. He's ultra competitive and gets under just about everyone's skin. And he's a damn good coach.

    All obvious
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    RolandDeschain wrote:I'm honestly curious to see how our fellow Niners fans on this board will defend him.


    Harbaugh has a few screws loose. He's ultra competitive and gets under just about everyone's skin. And he's a damn good coach.

    All obvious

    All of what you said is true and it's also why his approach will ultimately fail in SF. The players are soon going to tire of his antics, harsh approach and general bullshit and begin tuning him out. That will up his craziness level followed by them tuning him out further and so on.
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  • hawksfansinceday1 wrote:All of what you said is true and it's also why his approach will ultimately fail in SF. The players are soon going to tire of his antics, harsh approach and general bullshit and begin tuning him out. That will up his craziness level followed by them tuning him out further and so on.



    As long as he's winning, all's well. But when the inevitable losses come and he starts to squirt epithets and anger at his players like a d-nozzle with a full reservoir, his end will come. :0190l:
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  • I look forward to Singletary Meltdown Mode. If the Niners drop the first two games, I think it might happen then. Hell, I'd love to see it happen on the sideline at our house in the 4th quarter. Sweet, sweet tears. Nectar of the gods, I say.
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  • Trenchbroom wrote:As long as he's winning, all's well. But when the inevitable losses come and he starts to squirt epithets and anger at his players like a d-nozzle with a full reservoir, his end will come. :0190l:


    He has only nice (and sometimes over-the-top nice) things to say to his players and coaches.

    Praised Alex Smith during lockout, Praised Crabtree "Best Hands Ever", Praised Jenkins this year...
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:I look forward to Singletary Meltdown Mode. If the Niners drop the first two games, I think it might happen then. Hell, I'd love to see it happen on the sideline at our house in the 4th quarter. Sweet, sweet tears. Nectar of the gods, I say.


    I wouldn't be too surprised if we start 0-2, I doubt it, but it wouldn't surprise me. Our first 5 games are very difficult. If we can get through 3-2, then we are in good shape for the middle season boon full of weak teams.

    Losing 2 straight would be a first for Harbaugh though. We've responded resoundingly every time we've lost...
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:I look forward to Singletary Meltdown Mode. If the Niners drop the first two games, I think it might happen then. Hell, I'd love to see it happen on the sideline at our house in the 4th quarter. Sweet, sweet tears. Nectar of the gods, I say.


    It won't be a Singletary melt down. It will be much worse.

    Dude will blow his head off. The guy seriously lacks maturity and obviously has sever issues.
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  • i've tried to give this dude the benefit of the doubt at times, because he is a good coach.. but the fact is he's just a horrible person, and according to his brother he always has been, and that alone makes you root against the guy.. then throw his sideline antics and stories like this in the mix, just adds fuel to my dislike for him..

    He's just not a decent human being, and it's no wonder that most fans outside of SF can't stand him...
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  • Tech Worlds wrote:It won't be a Singletary melt down. It will be much worse.

    Dude will blow his head off. The guy seriously lacks maturity and obviously has sever issues.


    I sincerely hope you're right. :) I'd love to see him blow up and start beating the hell out of one of his players, right in front of a national audience. Preferably Kaepernick.
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:
    Tech Worlds wrote:It won't be a Singletary melt down. It will be much worse.

    Dude will blow his head off. The guy seriously lacks maturity and obviously has sever issues.


    I sincerely hope you're right. :) I'd love to see him blow up and start beating the hell out of one of his players, right in front of a national audience. Preferably Kaepernick.


    I hope he tries to pick a fight with Andy Lee and Lee kicks his ass.
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  • NinerBuff wrote:
    Trenchbroom wrote:As long as he's winning, all's well. But when the inevitable losses come and he starts to squirt epithets and anger at his players like a d-nozzle with a full reservoir, his end will come. :0190l:


    He has only nice (and sometimes over-the-top nice) things to say to his players and coaches.

    Praised Alex Smith during lockout, Praised Crabtree "Best Hands Ever", Praised Jenkins this year...


    Yes, that's true...BECAUSE THE NINERS ARE STILL WINNING. As soon as his players "betray" him (because OH NO the losses won't be HIS fault--they weren't when he was playing and they won't be as a coach), then you'll see fireworks.
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  • Meh...let Harbaugh be who he is. As long as he isn't hurting little girls or anyone else anymore, I don't really have a problem with how he acts. He's a fired up, emotional guy....yes...but that's no different than many other successful people today and in the history of mankind. The 49ers have a great...and I mean very great football coach, and that's all they really need from him. \

    Personally, I like our coach better, but I'm having a hard time joining all the Harbaugh hate.
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  • I like Harbaugh just the way he is. He is a great villain. and so GIFable.
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  • fenderbender123 wrote:but I'm having a hard time joining all the Harbaugh hate.


    Why? You can admit he's a great coach, while still hating him for legitimate reasons outside of his coaching skills.
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  • fenderbender123 wrote:Meh...let Harbaugh be who he is. As long as he isn't hurting little girls or anyone else anymore, I don't really have a problem with how he acts. He's a fired up, emotional guy....yes...but that's no different than many other successful people today and in the history of mankind. The 49ers have a great...and I mean very great football coach, and that's all they really need from him. \

    Personally, I like our coach better, but I'm having a hard time joining all the Harbaugh hate.



    I tend to agree with this. Everything he does that people seem to hate on over here all stems from him being extremely competitive.

    Half a dozen guys get busted for using PEDs and most of what we read over here is "just win". But its horrible for an opposing teams coach to be so competitive he comes off an ass to other teams??
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  • seahawksflow wrote:
    fenderbender123 wrote:Meh...let Harbaugh be who he is. As long as he isn't hurting little girls or anyone else anymore, I don't really have a problem with how he acts. He's a fired up, emotional guy....yes...but that's no different than many other successful people today and in the history of mankind. The 49ers have a great...and I mean very great football coach, and that's all they really need from him. \

    Personally, I like our coach better, but I'm having a hard time joining all the Harbaugh hate.



    I tend to agree with this. Everything he does that people seem to hate on over here all stems from him being extremely competitive.

    Half a dozen guys get busted for using PEDs and most of what we read over here is "just win". But its horrible for an opposing teams coach to be so competitive he comes off an ass to other teams??


    It's the crybaby in him that I hate. Richard Sherman is the epitome of the "hated competitor" but I think he's great because he'd never whine, piss and moan about things.

    No other coach besides Jim Schwartz is a crybaby. And they both suck, period.
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:
    fenderbender123 wrote:but I'm having a hard time joining all the Harbaugh hate.


    Why? You can admit he's a great coach, while still hating him for legitimate reasons outside of his coaching skills.


    Probably because I see it as good, harmless entertainment.
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  • Jim Harbaugh is a mouth queafer.
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  • Trenchbroom wrote:
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    fenderbender123 wrote:Meh...let Harbaugh be who he is. As long as he isn't hurting little girls or anyone else anymore, I don't really have a problem with how he acts. He's a fired up, emotional guy....yes...but that's no different than many other successful people today and in the history of mankind. The 49ers have a great...and I mean very great football coach, and that's all they really need from him. \

    Personally, I like our coach better, but I'm having a hard time joining all the Harbaugh hate.



    I tend to agree with this. Everything he does that people seem to hate on over here all stems from him being extremely competitive.

    Half a dozen guys get busted for using PEDs and most of what we read over here is "just win". But its horrible for an opposing teams coach to be so competitive he comes off an ass to other teams??


    It's the crybaby in him that I hate. Richard Sherman is the epitome of the "hated competitor" but I think he's great because he'd never whine, piss and moan about things.

    No other coach besides Jim Schwartz is a crybaby. And they both suck, period.


    I'll give you that he gets pissed when things don't go his way...but I can't see a reason to hate him for it.
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  • Looks as if dudes always been a scum bag.
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  • Scottemojo wrote:I like Harbaugh just the way he is. He is a great villain. and so GIFable.

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    you're right! He does have some great ones, and for that matter so does carroll.
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  • fenderbender123 wrote:
    I'll give you that he gets pissed when things don't go his way...but I can't see a reason to hate him for it.


    Respect. Most coaches have it, he has none. And the article confirms he's been classless since he left the womb (hell he probably kicked Mama in the kidneys on the way out of the chute).

    That's the thing about the Niners--since Mooch left their head coaches have all had something wrong:

    Erickson = let's not go there, both groups of fans have his taint on us
    Nolan = classy person/crap coach (I really liked him choosing to wear suits on the sidelines. Nice touch!)
    Singletary = crybaby/crap coach ('nuff said)
    Harbaugh = crybaby/good coach
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  • Trenchbroom wrote:
    fenderbender123 wrote:
    I'll give you that he gets pissed when things don't go his way...but I can't see a reason to hate him for it.


    Respect. Most coaches have it, he has none. And the article confirms he's been classless since he left the womb (hell he probably kicked Mama in the kidneys on the way out of the chute).

    That's the thing about the Niners--since Mooch left their head coaches have all had something wrong:

    Erickson = let's not go there, both groups of fans have his taint on us
    Nolan = classy person/crap coach (I really liked him choosing to wear suits on the sidelines. Nice touch!)
    Singletary = crybaby/crap coach ('nuff said)
    Harbaugh = crybaby/good coach


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    Trenchbroom wrote:As long as he's winning, all's well. But when the inevitable losses come and he starts to squirt epithets and anger at his players like a d-nozzle with a full reservoir, his end will come. :0190l:


    He has only nice (and sometimes over-the-top nice) things to say to his players and coaches.

    Praised Alex Smith during lockout, Praised Crabtree "Best Hands Ever", Praised Jenkins this year...


    I think Sherman and Baldwin would disagree with you there and that's the point. When things aren't going his way he acts like a spoiled child.

    It seems pretty apparent his own brother doesn't agree with you either.

    Hitting a girl with the ball, punching Jim Kelly (to be fair he was swinging at someone else and missed) sideline antics, dropping Sherman to the bottom of the receiver depth chart for not playing injured, not substituting his starters to the point of deterioration that probably pissed off some of the backups on and on. The guy is a combination of competitive at a childish level and angry at a immature level.

    He has not spent a long tenure anywhere he went and is only going into year three of this one. The leadership questions are starting to come out and if the team struggles and he handles it in the way most expect, he will absolutely lose the team.

    Just like many fans want to see how a QB does for more than one year, the same question comes up for Harbaugh. His passion for the game is what drives his players because that is all they know but once they learn more then respect has to take over and that gets hard to garner when acting like a spoiled child. Telling your players you need to be above reproach works until they find out your not above it yourself.
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  • Trenchbroom wrote:
    fenderbender123 wrote:
    I'll give you that he gets pissed when things don't go his way...but I can't see a reason to hate him for it.


    Respect. Most coaches have it, he has none. And the article confirms he's been classless since he left the womb (hell he probably kicked Mama in the kidneys on the way out of the chute).


    I don't find him to be disrespectful. Hell he was nice enough to have his picture taken with that fan on this site wearing Mariners stuff. Has he had a few emotional outbursts? Yeah...but he isn't really damaging anybody or anything with that. The only thing he might be damaging is the feelings of the referees and maybe some players on the field. I'll admit that punching a guy in the face is disrespectful but that was a long time ago and I'd be willing to bet that he'll never hit another person again.
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:I look forward to Singletary Meltdown Mode. If the Niners drop the first two games, I think it might happen then. Hell, I'd love to see it happen on the sideline at our house in the 4th quarter. Sweet, sweet tears. Nectar of the gods, I say.
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  • Jim Harbaugh: "Mommy, John only won the Superbowl, because they were HOLDING!"

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    John Harbaugh: "Bro, don't be a sore loser. If it makes you feel better, I'll give you Anquan Boldin for dirt cheap!"

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    John Harbaugh: "No."

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    Scottemojo wrote:I like Harbaugh just the way he is. He is a great villain. and so GIFable.

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  • Pete's swag on a 400 thousand million, Harbaugh bitchmode is right on par.
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  • What I got from the article... Jim Harbaugh has been a major pissy jack-off his whole life... an absolute total jerk.

    I wonder if his dad ever confronted him about his behavior/attitude being unacceptable when he was young.

    Likely not.
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  • You guys are kind of sad. John didn't tell these stories to represent his brother as a douchebag. He told them out of respect and brazen humor. In all honesty, Jim is so competitive that he wouldn't let a woman's gender from affecting the way he plays the game. Hell, Jim probably respected the female baseball player.

    For those waiting for a catastrophe and the beginning of the end for the Harbaugh regime, don't hold your breath. The 49ers have a good locker room and a good coaching staff. Harbaugh isn't going to start attacking his players and causing a disturbance in the locker room.
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  • Yeah SoHo, "We had to move every couple of years because my bro would lose all his friends due to douchebaggery" is talking about your brother out of respect; and I'm sure you're right about Jim respecting that chick he beaned between the numbers.

    How ridiculously blinded by your coach's love-muscle are you?

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  • SoHo9erFan wrote:You guys are kind of sad. John didn't tell these stories to represent his brother as a douchebag. He told them out of respect and brazen humor. In all honesty, Jim is so competitive that he wouldn't let a woman's gender from affecting the way he plays the game. Hell, Jim probably respected the female baseball player.

    For those waiting for a catastrophe and the beginning of the end for the Harbaugh regime, don't hold your breath. The 49ers have a good locker room and a good coaching staff. Harbaugh isn't going to start attacking his players and causing a disturbance in the locker room.



    I know your team flat out sucked for over a decade before Harbaugh got there so you've swallowed the kool-aid to quench your thirst for victories (I did the same thing with Holmgren as our coach)...but WOW are you delusional!
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  • SoHo9erFan wrote:You guys are kind of sad. John didn't tell these stories to represent his brother as a douchebag. He told them out of respect and brazen humor. In all honesty, Jim is so competitive that he wouldn't let a woman's gender from affecting the way he plays the game. Hell, Jim probably respected the female baseball player.

    For those waiting for a catastrophe and the beginning of the end for the Harbaugh regime, don't hold your breath. The 49ers have a good locker room and a good coaching staff. Harbaugh isn't going to start attacking his players and causing a disturbance in the locker room.

    Fact: Jim Harbaugh is a great coach.
    2nd fact: Jim Harbaugh has a history of just plain losing his shit. Trying to punch Jim Kelly, going apeshit with the Lions coach, jive gobble turkey, the anti sensitive California boy presser a couple years back. I love your guy as a villain, but trying to say he plunked a girl because he is competitive is dumbassery in defense of douchebaggery. Of course his own brother is not trying to paint him as a douchebag. But when the paintstrokes were all done, guess what picture he painted? (it was more of a snapshot really) A douchebag is as a douchebag does.

    No, I do not expect him to go all Woody Hayes. But there is a way bigger chance he might than a saner and less douchbaggy guy, like say, Carroll. Who I think is as cool as Bill Walsh was for the 49ers. (see, I respect a 49ers coach for both his coaching and demeanor. Just not the current one) And off the field, Pete is to defense what Walsh was to offense. His ideas aren't revolutionary, but his reinvention of the ideal defensive player type is gaining followers about as fast as the west coast offense did.

    I have said before, Jimmay is a better coach than Pete, though Pete is improving. I loved how Jim surprised the hell out of the Bears by turning Kaepernick loose in his first start. Pete took a long time to turn his QB loose, in fact he had to have his back against the wall to do so. But Pete is one cool sumbitch, even after losing, while Jim is fullblown dickwad after a loss. Jim's pressers are like Belichick with Aspergers Syndrome and jock itch, plus a bit of pissed off about having girl hips. Pete is more like Bill Walsh mixed with a little Sam Wyche.

    These are the facts. What's your deal, anyway?
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  • I have DEEP sympathy for Harbaugh. You know it must have been tough to be the son of limited intelligence, with a micro-penis. To have made it as an NFL QB, but play under a stubborn freak like Ditka, who left emotional scars that are deeply entrenched on Harbaugh's cerebral cortex and to be responsible for the success of another football team. The man is emotionally cashed. He already has HBP and is at risk for stroke, possibly aneurysm.


    Just look at the guy on the sidelines. He looks like he just found out that he is spending the Night in a Federal Prison that doesn't have a condom program, roomied with the most violent offender in the joint.
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  • SoHo9erFan wrote:You guys are kind of sad. John didn't tell these stories to represent his brother as a douchebag. He told them out of respect and brazen humor. In all honesty, Jim is so competitive that he wouldn't let a woman's gender from affecting the way he plays the game. Hell, Jim probably respected the female baseball player.



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  • SoHo9erFan wrote:You guys are kind of sad. John didn't tell these stories to represent his brother as a douchebag. He told them out of respect and brazen humor. In all honesty, Jim is so competitive that he wouldn't let a woman's gender from affecting the way he plays the game. Hell, Jim probably respected the female baseball player.



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  • Scottemojo wrote:
    SoHo9erFan wrote:You guys are kind of sad. John didn't tell these stories to represent his brother as a douchebag. He told them out of respect and brazen humor. In all honesty, Jim is so competitive that he wouldn't let a woman's gender from affecting the way he plays the game. Hell, Jim probably respected the female baseball player.

    For those waiting for a catastrophe and the beginning of the end for the Harbaugh regime, don't hold your breath. The 49ers have a good locker room and a good coaching staff. Harbaugh isn't going to start attacking his players and causing a disturbance in the locker room.

    Fact: Jim Harbaugh is a great coach.
    2nd fact: Jim Harbaugh has a history of just plain losing his shit. Trying to punch Jim Kelly, going apeshit with the Lions coach, jive gobble turkey, the anti sensitive California boy presser a couple years back. I love your guy as a villain, but trying to say he plunked a girl because he is competitive is dumbassery in defense of douchebaggery. Of course his own brother is not trying to paint him as a douchebag. But when the paintstrokes were all done, guess what picture he painted? (it was more of a snapshot really) A douchebag is as a douchebag does.

    No, I do not expect him to go all Woody Hayes. But there is a way bigger chance he might than a saner and less douchbaggy guy, like say, Carroll. Who I think is as cool as Bill Walsh was for the 49ers. (see, I respect a 49ers coach for both his coaching and demeanor. Just not the current one) And off the field, Pete is to defense what Walsh was to offense. His ideas aren't revolutionary, but his reinvention of the ideal defensive player type is gaining followers about as fast as the west coast offense did.

    I have said before, Jimmay is a better coach than Pete, though Pete is improving. I loved how Jim surprised the hell out of the Bears by turning Kaepernick loose in his first start. Pete took a long time to turn his QB loose, in fact he had to have his back against the wall to do so. But Pete is one cool sumbitch, even after losing, while Jim is fullblown dickwad after a loss. Jim's pressers are like Belichick with Aspergers Syndrome and jock itch, plus a bit of pissed off about having girl hips. Pete is more like Bill Walsh mixed with a little Sam Wyche.

    These are the facts. What's your deal, anyway?


    I have no problem with what you said. In fact, I pretty much agree this is how it is. I have no problem with Jim. He brings Ws and a culture of winning. Its not hard to put up with his eccentricities when your team is winning. I think he is a great NFL coach. It is easy for some to say that if the Niners start to lose, that we the fans won't like his antics, but he is building quite a bit of collateral with the fans right now.

    He could absolutely have to quit one day due to health reasons, kind of like Bill Walsh did. But if he gets us more rings before then, then I am all good with that. Plus, I love how he trolls the media. Its funny.

    I will admit Pete has done a great job in SEA. A much better job than I thought he would do. Its not all the coaches, the GMs, etc deserve some credit too. But the HC gets the glory as well as the blame.

    And we all gotta admit we love this rivalry. It makes it that much more fun to watch. Week 2 should be epic
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