Jim Harbaugh loses his mind, flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct

We have peak Harbaugh.

SB Nation 2014 NFL Playoff Coverage

I wrote last night that Pete Carroll and Jim Harbaugh are the undisputed top two GIF-able coaches in the NFL. The order depends on your personal preference for the coach freakout over a call, or the coach smug sideline strut. Carroll's strut was in full effect on Saturday, and now it's Harbaugh's turn. The Niners coach was so apoplectic over a late incomplete ruling that he bolted onto the field and incurred a 15-yard penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct:

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Harbaugh was so angry that even Anquan Boldin, the wide receiver who was just head-butting and jawing after almost every play on the drive, tried to calm down his coach on the sideline.

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Harbaugh was eventually proven correct, as the refs did overturn the initial call and ruled a Vernon Davis catch a touchdown to put the Niners ahead at the half. After the review, we got a shot of a much more … happy (?) Harbaugh.

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