|Harbaugh, an intense guy. Understatement of the year.|
What they might not see is that Harbaugh wore his own cleats. He brought his glove (which is something he uses. According to SI, he has previously told reports that he has caught 20 foul balls at baseball games). He warmed up by throwing at least 25 pitches in the bull pen.
Harbaugh has one speed. It's how he's made. At its best, I find his uber competitive spirit entertaining. It fascinates me how a driven and focused personality like his plays out. In coaching its channeled toward an objective. In a radio interview, it doesn't always translate.
|Neither Carl Lewis nor Nelly threw remotely close to this....|
CC: When are you at your least intense, because you are a pretty intense guy.JH: Well good morning, Colin, how are you? Good to hear your voice!CC: I’m great Coach, how are you! … Is there ever a moment in the day when you’re like: ‘I’m cupcake, I’m soft. … When’s the part of the day when you’re a pushover?”
JH: [laughs] I don’t know, I don’t know. Uhh, guess I don’t know. Maybe I guess ask Sara, my wife. I don’t know.
For those who don't know Coach Harbaugh, this interview is tough to listen to. For those of us who heard his weekly report on the San Francisco sports radio station, KNBR, his tone, commentary, inflection and responses are nothing new. He is who he is.
And, as I said before, when I hear Psalm 139: 13-16, I think of the uniqueness of all people. We are each fearfully and wonderfully made.
You formed my inmost being; you knit me in my mother's womb.I praise you, because I am wonderfully made; wonderful are your works!My very self you know. My bones are not hidden from you.When I was being made in secret, fashioned in the depths of the earth.Your eyes saw me unformed; in your book all are written down;my days were shaped, before one came to be.He's polarizing and energizing. The way God made him (as written about before. Read here)