San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh handled a heartbreaking loss in Super Bowl XLVII with dignity and grace. He learned to accept the things he couldn’t change and showed remarkable maturity. Just kidding. He acted like a petulant child as usual.
"I really want to handle this with class and grace, and we had several opportunities in this game," said Harbaugh, who also claimed that Baltimore committed a pass interference penalty against Crabtree on second-and-goal. "We didn't play our best game, and the Ravens made a lot of plays and battled back.
"They competed to win. But there's no question in my mind that there was a pass interference -- and then a hold on Crabtree on the last one."
Harbaugh later stopped in the middle of his postgame news conference to reiterate his dissatisfaction with the officiating on the fourth-and-goal play.
"I realize I'm on the side of the 49ers," he said. "I'm the coach of the 49ers -- there is some bias there. But I wouldn't be bringing it up unless it was obvious. But that's not the way (the refs) saw it. That's the only reason I bring it up."
Personally, I think the refs made the right decision with the no-call. Do you agree?