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Harbaugh is Hottest Coach in Football

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Stanford coach Jim Harbaugh warned Monday against the "ills of hubris"

Which was pretty amusing, considering he spent his weekend as the poster child forhubris(noun, Greek origin, definition:excessive self confidence, arrogance).

Harbaugh's Stanford team has transformed from the wimpy Clark Kent of a few years ago to Superman -- beating Oregon one week and vivisecting USC the next. Harbaugh exhibitedexcessive self confidenceon Saturday when -- already up by 27 points -- he dialed up a two-point conversion, intent on laying 50 on the Trojans.

That call irritated Pete Carroll, the Zeus of...

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