Friday, February 08, 2013

Harbaugh: 'A penalty is a penalty no matter when it occurs'

The most controversial play of this year's Super Bowl was definitely the kind of pass interference on the Ravens' Jimmy Smith that wasn't called. The play was on a fourth and goal, so if you're a 49ers fan I understand your point.

But on the other end, we all know that Jim Harbaugh has a temper. He's probably just looking for an excuse as to why his team lost. Bottom line, I can't believe him because he is crazy. Today, Harbaugh releases these statements:

"I would say it exactly like Bill Polian: A penalty is a penalty no matter when it occurs in a game," he told KBWF-FM radio via

"It could occur in the first play of the game. It could occur on the last play of the game, or any play in between. That's the rules of football. You let 'em play or let 'em get away with something. Which would you rather have? Let's play the rules of the game. ... If there's a penalty then it's a penalty -- doesn't matter what kind of game. ... It's the rules of football. If it's a penalty, you call it. If you see it, you call it. That's how I feel about it."

Make sure to remember, that no matter what he says, the Ravens are still the Super Bowl Champs.

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