Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh says he felt elation, devastation and disappointment during and in the moments following a Super Bowl XLVII victory vs. his brother's San Francisco 49ers.
His only regret stems from a scene pictured by television cameras during a 33-minute power outage at the Superdome in which John screams and curses at Mike Kensil, NFL's Vice President of Game Operations, and storms off.
"I way overreacted," he said at his Monday morning press conference at the Super Bowl media center. "It wasn't anything to do with the blackout.
"I was just concerned with some things that had to do with the headsets and coaches in the press box and if we have to bring guys down. It was really stuff that never was gonna be an issue, because they handled it so well. I feel bad about it. It was the one thing that I look back on the game and I'm disappointed in myself about because I didn't have much poise in that moment."
Ravens' John Harbaugh regrets outburst during power outage
USA Today | Feb 4