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Jim Harbaugh

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  • One of the Harbaugh brothers is a true team player

    One of the Harbaugh brothers is a true team player
    On 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...
  • Coffee Companion (10/17): Two wins, one fight for the Harbros

    Coffee Companion (10/17): Two wins, one fight for the Harbros
    Each morning, Monday through Friday, I'll hook you up with reading material to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday -- that way I'll have an excuse to do the same at the start of mine.   Running it back: The...
  • Which Jim was at fault: Schwartz or Harbaugh?

    Which Jim was at fault: Schwartz or Harbaugh?
    Forget the football. That little altercation between Detroit coach Jim Schwartz and San Francisco coach (and former Ravens quarterback and current sibling of John Harbaugh) Jim Harbaugh was the talk of the NFL on Sunday. The two coaches had to be...
  • Ravens cheerleader guarantees a trip to the playoffs

    Ravens cheerleader guarantees a trip to the playoffs
    I love cheerleaders almost as much as I love football, and Esquire has an ingenious Monday morning football feature where they ask a cheerleader for the skinny on the team she waves her pompoms for every Sunday. This week it was veteran Ravens...
  • Ted Ginn Jr. visited the Ravens on Friday

    Ted Ginn Jr. visited the Ravens on Friday
    The Ravens hosted San Francisco 49ers wide receiver and return specialist Ted Ginn Jr. on Friday. The possibility of the former first-round draft pick leaving one Harbaugh (Jim) for another (John) is an intriguing one. The Ravens are definitely...
  • John Harbaugh sides with brother Jim after spat with Lions coach

    John Harbaugh sides with brother Jim after spat with Lions coach
    On the subject of his brother’s postgame tiff with Detroit coach Jim Schwartz, Ravens coach John Harbaugh drew a line in the sand Monday and, not surprisingly, sided with Jim Harbaugh, the 49ers coach. Jim Harbaugh and Schwartz made national news...
  • Who will be first NFL coach fired this year?

    So long, Del Rio Bill Kline Morning Call Jack Del Rio has not lost all of his Jacksonville team just yet, but that's as understated as saying Tiger Woods cheated on only one wife. Some Jaguars have criticized communication and player substitution, and...
  • Eagles' Patterson back

    Mike Patterson returned to Eagles camp on Saturday, 10 days after collapsing and suffering a seizure during practice in Bethlehem, Pa. Patterson, 27, didn't practice, but was in uniform doing strength and conditioning drills with trainer Rick...
  • Fantasy Fodder: The biggest surprises of 2011 so far

    Fantasy Fodder: The biggest surprises of 2011 so far
    Every season, a few surprise studs come out of fantasy Siberia to reward savvy owners who had the foresight to select them in the later rounds of the draft. A season ago, Adrian Foster, Peyton Hillis and Brandon Lloyd come to mind. Ray Rice, Miles...
  • SEC-OND TO NO ONE

    The Southeastern Conference must think it invented football. Winning five straight Bowl Championship Series titles, and seven out of the 13 played, can give you a superiority complex. Never mind how much fortune, along with will and skill, was involved....
  • Coaches' creed: Chase the cash

    Every year we must explain to students the "Five W's" of college football turnover. Who? What? Went where? Why? Things don't stay the same very long. Players cycle out every four or five years, and for coaches, the grass is usually greener anywhere...
  • Another loss 'tough to take'

    As the fourth quarter started Sunday at FedEx Field, with the Washington Redskins' offense and the third quarterback of the Mike Shanahan era struggling mightily, the burgundy-and-gold-clad crowd started to boo, and one fan in earshot of the press box...