"That may be the greatest football game that I've ever witnessed," Harbaugh said Sunday before the Seattle-San Francisco game. "What a minute and 30 seconds. And the poise of Brady Hoke, unknown to mankind. There were 110,000 people screaming, back and forth we go, and this guy stands there and ... well he did have a drop of sweat on his brow."
"They are who they are. They express themselves in a way that reflects that," Jack Harbaugh said. "And I'm proud of that. I think you find so many different people that try to emulate others _ they try to walk or talk or express themselves in ways they think they should be perceived. The thing I'm most proud of of our kids is that when they express themselves it's sincere, genuine and it's them."