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Thursday, January 24, 2013 edition of the Golden Nuggets, a daily compilation of 49ers links from around the web.


Another day, another step in the long road to the Super Bowl. Some of the stories that marked the day are up at the top. Other than that, I gotta run. Love to stay and chat, but I got a ton of linking to do...

It sounds more and more like the accusations against Michael Crabtree will lead to nothing. Various witnesses are corroborating his story. | Case against Crabtree is weak (Barrows)

The general response on Twitter was that Frank Gore got fined more for wearing his socks too low than Tom Brady got for kicking and hobbling Ed Reed. Hmm... | NFL socks it to Frank Gore, fines him $10,500 (Barrows)

Eric Branch has a good article about how well the 49ers have kept their composure in the face of any adversity in the postseason. Absolutely nothing has rattled them, and that's a testament to great coaching. | 49ers stay cool under pressure (Branch)

Super Bowl XLVII: 49ers vs Ravens

And it's good to report that everyone is practicing except for Ahmad Brooks and Garett Celek. Brooks made key plays in Atlanta on the weekend. | 49ers' Wednesday injury report (Brady)

Tim Kawakami gives us his prediction for the game. The title of his piece gives away the surprise ending. | 49ers will beat Ravens (Kawakami)

Super Bowl picks: Ravens look like early favorites in early predictions (SB Nation)

49ers' Super Bowl kickers support David Akers (Inman)

Ravens await 49ers' ascending WR Michael Crabtree (Sando)

Anthony Davis playing with dislocated finger (CSN Bay Area)

Bookmakers eyeing all-time betting record (CBS Sports)

Kaepernick News

Alex Smith is classy, even in defeat. There's really nothing more he can say except that... | Smith among those impressed by Kaepernick (Barrows)

And the Colin Kaepernick full-blown marketing campaign can begin. | Kaepernick applies to trademark Kaepernicking (Branch)

Kurt is a Colin convert: Warner praises Kaepernick (and Smith) (Branch)

Smith impressed by lack of bone-head plays by Kap (Maiocco)

Harbaugh road tested Kaepernick in 2011 (SF Gate)

Harbaugh Family News

Matt Barrows discusses Jim Harbaugh and his tendency to try to keep everything secretive. How will that hold up under the scrutiny of the Super Bowl press? | The first battle: Harbaugh vs Super Bowl media (Barrows)

Jim Harbaugh is a tricky one. He's even in the process of tricking his own brother, as he's keeping the 49ers' practice schedule a secret. | Harbaugh does not want brother to know 49ers' work schedule (Maiocco)

Harbaugh brothers will have joint press conference before the Super Bowl (Branch)

From the archives: The Harbaugh Wins (Purdy)

John Harbaugh: Family ties 'aren't that interesting' (Inman)

John and Jim Harbaugh aren't talking on the phone leading up to Super Bowl (CBS Sports)

Assorted 49ers News

The following players do not report for duty this weekend at the Pro Bowl. Thank heavens for that. | 49ers' advance opens multiple spots in Pro Bowl (Brady)

Why Alex Smith isn't mad at his predicament (Kawakami)

49ers' Randy Moss gets surprise second chance at Super Bowl (Yahoo!)

John York enjoys 49ers' return to the Super Bowl from the background (Purdy)

Jonathan Goodwin, Clark Haggans return to Super Bowl (

Aldon Smith not frustrated by lack of sacks (Mercury News)

Aldon Smith listened to Charles Haley's pass-rush tips (Maiocco)

Vernon Davis shines in playoffs (

Could Donatell head to the Eagles as defensive coordinator? (Inman)

Greg Doyel doesn't need stats to vilify 'psychopaths' who root for the 49ers (BASG)

What Super Bowl teams had in common (Sando)

NFCCG: 49ers 28, Falcons 24

My piece on the 49ers win over the Falcons. The O-line played well, again. The defense held Atlanta scoreless in the second half. Key defenders made key plays at key moments. | Colin Kapernick beats Atlanta from the pocket (Malone)

BASG takes it one step further, breaking down the bad day had by our safeties. They got beat often and the deep ball seemed to be a problem for them for the first I can remember this season. That's bad news, because Joe Flacco throws the deep ball as well as anyone. | Revisiting a rough day for 49ers' safeties (BASG)

TE Vernon Davis' patience rewarded (Inman)

Videos / Assorted Media

The remix: NFC Championship (

49ers total access: Show #22 (

Press pass: Justin Smith (

Press pass: NaVorro Bowman (

Press pass: Vic Fangio (

Press pass: Dashon Goldson (

Tilt shift: NFC Championship (

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