Jim Harbaugh must be enjoying the world spinning about his hive right now, guessing what hes thinking.
Jim Harbaugh has led a Renaissance for Stanford football. But his Cardinal work is done after the Orange Bowl, as greener pastures await.
You may be surprised about the outcome if you choose, but leaving room for wonderment at the precision and control the Cardinal exhibited is also required.
While all the speculation of the next few weeks or months will surround the next head coach of the 49ers, the million-pound elephant is at the other side of the desk, and it always has been.
Two years ago, it was the attitude that kept the 49ers down, which is why Mike Singletary was the perfect hire for a few months. Now it is tactical competence, which is why Singletary is the perfect fire.
After a big win over the Broncos, Tom Cable must wonder whether Al Davis is happy with the 5-0 division record or disappointed in the wins that got away.
Were still in the early stages here, and Oakland could end up mangling the pooch yet again. But for the moment, the As may have a new reason to slap Oakland on the front of the jerseys again.
The Phils got beat in the NLCS by The Battling You-Know-Whos, so what do they go out and do? Attempt to close the Bumgarner gap.
In the corrupt world of college football, penciling in Andrew Luck over Cam Newton because of his father's moral compass is nothing more than throwing your vote away.
Will the San Jose SaberCats be the next Bay Area team to win a championship? Senior Insider Ray Ratto thinks so. Read more insights from Ray in his weekly chat transcript.
The Sharks showed they can skate a little when they dismantled the Red Wings Monday, but a Wednesday trip to Philly will tell if Team Teal has found that elusive sustained rhythm.
Antti Niemi will start his third consecutive game for the Sharks, based according to Todd McLellan on his knowledge of the boards and glass at Joe Louis Arena.
With the conference championships in the books, Senior Insider Ray Ratto establishes a new number one and two in his final regular season rankings.