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The Biggest Douche in the Universe

 
The Biggest Douche in the Universe


As you may have heard by now, 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh had a few things to say about the Seahawks and their PED situation. He suggested the Seahawks players who have violated the substance-abuse policy could be taking something other than Adderall. The NFL doesn’t disclose the drugs those players tested positive for.

He also said this: “You always want to be above reproach, especially when you’re good. Because you don’t want people to come back and say ‘Oh, they’re winning because they’re cheating,’ … We want to be above reproach, and do everything by the rules. If you cheat to win, then you’ve already lost.”

Mitch observed that the 49ers must never have players who violate the NFL’s drug policy, since Harbaugh speaks from a place of such high understanding about the Seahawks’ PED issues.

Oh wait, that happened September of last year, when 49ers’ linebacker Clark Haggans was suspended three games for violating the league’s substance-abuse policy.

Here are some other thoughts from Mitch about Jim Harbaugh today:

“I have a few reactionary comments. Number one: douchebag. That’s my first comment.”

“I love the fact that he’s a douchebag …  If I kinda liked him and respected whoever the coach was of the 49ers, it would not nearly be as interesting as it is right now. I love the fact that the guy is a douchebag. I love that. And I love the fact that he hates Pete Carroll.”

“To people who are venomous, antagonistic, looking for a fight, there’s nothing that’s more annoying to that type of guy, than the guy that they want to fight with not being willing to fight. Bullies like Jim Harbaugh, want desperately for Pete Carroll to jump into the mud with him.”

“What he chose to do was great stuff, great stuff yesterday. I applaud him for it. But he has now put himself on record … I don’t want to hear any reports. I don’t want to see any tweets. I don’t want to hear any radio station or TV reports. I don’t want to see on television, or on ESPN, that any member of the 49ers has failed a drug test, a urine test.”

Mitch’s thoughts were a preview to his new hit track “Douchebag Harbaugh Style”.

In other news, looks like Tarvaris Jackson will sign a one-year deal to return to the Seahawks. Welcome back, T-Jack.

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