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Schwartz moves at almost full speed, holding back some so that he doesn't overrun his intended target, something he still hasn't been able to teach Chris Houston. Seeing an excellent opportunity to combine yelling and coaching, Schwartz puts on the brakes at the perfect time and makes contact with Harbaugh.
The focus here is otherworldly as Schwartz manages to find Harbaugh while still never taking his eyes off the crowd. That's when the voices are raised.
Players from both teams step in, along with one short man in a suit. Video evidence cannot confirm the presence of the man in the suit in the earlier sequences, but he must have been there, and he must have been the mastermind behind the entire thing. Let me tell you, Schwartz hates this guy.
And the only explanation is that the man in the suit was pulling the strings that led to the initial hand-to-hand contact because even when Harbaugh ducks into the crowd to calmly count to 10 while the situation is diffused, Schwartz continues to berate the man in the suit.
Finally, Harbaugh gets to 10 and reemerges before making a beeline for the tunnel. Schwartz again takes a sublime pursuit angle, cutting Harbaugh off from his journal, which is housed in the visitors' locker room.
The two coaches are once again swarmed by players and referees before the entire scene merges into a massive mess with players from both sides screaming travel tips to each other in case this inevitable playoff matchup is hosted in San Francisco. Harbaugh's boys know that it's important to be a gracious host.