After 2 Deep Playoff Runs, Is It Super Bowl or Bust for the 49ers?

June 25, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Outside of the 2013 NBA champion Miami Heat and the reigning BCS national champion Alabama Crimson Tide, there are few teams in sports with expectations as high as the San Francisco 49ers.
This season, the rising Bay Area ballclub will be entering its third campaign under the Jim Harbaugh regime. In two seasons to date, the 49ers have done a complete 180 from where they were prior to the head coach’s arrival.
They have claimed back-to-back division titles, appeared in two conference championships and are fresh off their first Super Bowl berth since 1994. Under this new direction, the organization has continued to forge ahead and may be primed to make that final push in 2013.
After significant personnel changeover and a total systematic evolution, Harbaugh may finally have the kinks worked out for his team of the future. And of course, like the saying goes, “third time’s a charm.”
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