Attack each day with an enthusiasm unknown to mankind. That is the mantra that Jim Harbaugh lives by, played by and now coaches by … one that was instilled in him by his father, Jack, at a very young age. That enthusiasm permeated the San Francisco 49ers organization immediately upon his hiring as the 18th Head Coach in the storied history of the proud franchise on January 7, 2011.
Jim Harbaugh was named the 18th head coach in the storied history of the San Francisco 49ers franchise on January 7, 2011. Over the last two seasons, the 49ers have tallied a 27-9-1 overall record (3-2 in the postseason). After a 13-3 regular season record, and a trip to the NFC Championship game in 2011, the Niners went 11-4-1 in 2012, on their way to Super Bowl 47. Harbaugh logged 18 years of coaching experience prior to joining the 49ers - Stanford (head coach, 2007-10); San Diego, (head coach, 2004-06); Oakland Raiders (offensive asst., 2002-03) and Western Kentucky (volunteer asst., 1994-2001). In college, he played at Michigan for the legendary Bo Schembechler from 1982-86. Jim and his wife, Sarah, have two daughters, Addison and Katherine, and a son, Jack. He also has three children, Jay, James Jr. and Grace. Jim is the son of Jack and Jackie. His brother, John, is the head coach of the Baltimore Ravens, and his sister, Joanie, is married to Indiana University Men’s Basketball head coach, Tom Crean.
A montage of Jim Harbaugh's most memorable 'Harbaughisms', best quotes and funniest moments from the podium during the 2013 season.
Jim Harbaugh addressed the media on Wednesday to discuss the upcoming NFC Championship game against the rival Seattle Seahawks, his outfit and more.
In Monday's press conference, Jim Harbaugh used a Johnny Cash lyric to describe the 49ers readiness for the rambunctious environment they will face this weekend in Seattle, praised his team's poise in Carolina and more.