Jim Harbaugh Brings Toughness to the San Francisco 49ers
Jim Harbaugh has agreed to a 5-year, $25 million deal with the San Francisco 49ers, according to ESPN. The announcement comes after hours of rumors surrounding the Stanford head coach.
The Cardinal dominated Virginia Tech in a 40-12 victory in the Discover Orange Bowl, and the game was immediately considered a strong audition for an NFL job for Harbaugh, and those speculations were validated this afternoon.
Harbaugh will bring the toughness he demanded at Stanford to the 49ers, who will instantly benefit from his style of caching. The now-former Stanford coach has built a reputation of high standards while maintaining the ability to keep his team together harmoniously.
During his time at Stanford, Harbaugh turned the program completely around, taking them to a BCS bowl game just four years removed from a one-win season (2006).
Harbaugh will have to turn around another team, but this time the 49ers have strong promise and the luxury of playing in the worst division in the NFL.
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