If only it could finish that way.
And don’t count on Jack doing any in-game analysis, or to start guessing which team might have the edge in any given phase.
“I’m only neutral on that,” he said. “I don’t look for body language. I am not really a coach anymore. I am a spectator and a parent. When I had the chance to watch over the weekend, all of those parents of those players that were competing and the thrill of watching their youngsters compete at that level, all of the coaches involved, their careers, how they all started out in high school and college, and now they are in the NFL and competing for this ultimate prize. I think more as a parent now than I do as a coach, and I don’t really get involved in those other things.”
Unless one of his kids tries to pull a fast one, that is.
John Harbaugh produced a little prank of his own during his parents’ NFL-organized conference call Thursday morning.
“John in Baltimore,” the moderator said, announcing the next person up for a turn to ask a question.
Jackie had begun speaking with, “We do not.”
After a quick greeting, he was off to practice.
Back to game-planning. And 3,000 miles away on a rainy day in the Bay Area, Jim, too, was busy gearing up.
And, for everybody getting a kick out of those catchy “Harbowl” and “Superbaugh” nicknames for the game, the parents ask that it be kept simple and authentic.
“Jack Harbaugh here, I prefer it to be called the Lombardi Trophy winner,” he said.View Entire Story
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