This article discusses the upcoming "Black Monday" where the fate of many NFL head coaches on the hot seat will be known. I find this article interesting in that it's one of the few NFL based articles to acknowledge UM as the likely destination for Harbaugh. His candidacy at UM is discussed in the section discussing candidates and Oakland, and is predominately written as if Harbaugh will say no to OAK.
Illinois vs. Louisiana Tech - Does anyone care? If we had beaten Maryland, would anyone have gone?
Which tradition do you think Jim and his family celebrated over the last couple of weeks?
The Harboughs were raised Catholic, but I have a hard time imagining Jim wishing some one a Merry Christmas or good tidings. My money is on Festivus. I have to imagine that he would love the Airing of Grievances and Feats of Strength. Those sound like the igredients of a typical 49ers practice or film session. Lastly, there are things known as Festivus miracles. I'd say that what he has done with SDSU, Stanford and the 49ers are all Festivus miracles. Before this year, his schedule in December at the 49ers is 11-3.
Coincidence? I think not.
Festivus for the rest of us? Thoughts?
The Twitter account previously found at @ThoseWhoStay7 has made its return to Twitter, although it no longer resembles its former self. It is now known as @MaizeAndBlue14, and the name that is listed is "Teddy Blanks". All previous tweets have been deleted.
I know it is the same account because it has me already following him on my personal account without having done anything, having picked up where I left off with ThoseWhoStay7. I would assume many of you will find that you are already following him as well.
I'm not sure if this is a good sign, a bad sign, or no sign at all (probably no sign at all). Thankfully, we are at the point now where we are no longer relying on his oddly extremely connected reports for info, as nearly all actual reporters are now on the Harbaugh-to-Michigan bandwagon.
Hopefully just a few more days of this nonsense.