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Seahawks Cornerback, Richard Sherman, played under Harbaugh at Stanford and admitted he wanted the Hawks to score another touchdown and go for 2 against the 49ers Sunday night. He wanted a third 50-point game and also felt Harbaugh deserved it.
Pete, as expected, had the class to say, "No."
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Was Sherman the one who said that he hoped Harbaugh enjoyed his birthday when a reporter mentioned Harbaugh's birthday to him? If so, I get a feeling he doesn't like Harbaugh much.
This post was edited by RonBurgundy78 16 months ago
Quite a few players were happy after he left Stanford
His whole "turkey gobble" routine when talking about Alex smith only to bench him later was pretty telling.
Yes. Sherman likes to talk a lot but he backs it up with his play.
Players at Stanford hated harbaugh but loved the dc and shaw.
Winning the academic award in the SEC is sort of like winning the special olympics. Even if you win, you are still a retard.
How do you know? Explain?
sounds a lot like our situation with Lane this year.
He was a dick!
Dickishness doesn't seem to have a lot of correlation with coaching acumen either way.
You made up a new word ...
"Dickishness" ... OK if I use that?
"Coaching acumen" you earn 36 pts for an original combination of words.
Usually it is ... coaching smarts.
Up vote ...
No it doesn't.
Dick or not, he sure knows how to get teams turned around pretty fast.
Exactly, he is not there to be your friend, he is there to get the most out of his players and win games.
I would take everything FK says about Stanford as truth. He has a great source.
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