Harbaugh plays his hand close to the vest, which is a solid reason for why he has had so much success in his two seasons as a head coach in the NFL.
However, these next two weeks are different, and he is about to find out why -- as excruciating as it may be for him and entertaining as it will be for us.
Harbaugh can barely stand the local media here in the Bay Area. Wait until ESPN and the rest of the big league media that could not care less about Harbaugh's personal teeth-pulling ways of doing press conferences.
Super Bowl Media Day, an entire day literally devoted to the media, is quite possibly the worst thing that could ever happen to Harbaugh, and it will occur during the week before the Super Bowl. Fasten your seat belts for that one and count the awkward transitions -- there will be many.
Below is Day 1 of media questioning (per CSNBayArea.com) before the Super Bowl. It can only go down from here, Jim.