1st time poster here so not able to start my own thread yet.
To follow up on the Harbaugh comments regarding how poorly he has handled this loss, I find it interesting that I have yet to see video or picture footage of him having a POSTGAME (not pre-game) handshake with Urban after the loss from this year or last.
He has a history of controversial postgame handshakes/antics with Pete Carroll and the Detroit Lions coach (forget the name) in previous years and it had me wondering how he would handle these highly visible handshakes in this rivalry win or lose. He was blown out last year after his pre-game antics of hammering a Buckeye nut at Bo's grave and I don't recall seeing a postgame handshake. He was defeated this year in a tough loss and I saw no footage of a postgame handshake. He has shown himself to be a weasel by blaming everything on the refs and making no effort to acknowledge that his team fell short.
He likes to portray himself as an old school All American Coach that is tough, no non-sense and of high moral character...only to then cry about the refs, accuse other coaches of lying to recruits and avoid postgame handshakes during tough losses (based on having not seen any evidence that he sought out Urban in either loss).
If there is footage out there of it, I will acknowledge I missed it and give him some credit for meeting Urban at midfield...for now though, it appears as though he doesn't feel the need to seek out Urban after he loses. We know he seeks out opposing coaches for a handshake when he wins though.
Surprised the media doesn't comment on it as the postgame handshake between coaches is always one of the most visible scenes after a big rivalry game.