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Field of Links: Harbaugh in Google Glass, David Shaw redefines telecommuting, reasons to root against Canada

Feb 21, 2014, 9:02 AM PDT

The fine folks at 49ers Studios were able to get Jim Harbaugh to wear Google Glass. Harbaugh was instantly impressed by the clock display on the lens and remarked that it would be a good idea to get the quarterbacks to wear them. Details here.

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Harbaugh could be seeing the future of the NFL. (Credit: 49ers.com)

— Not to be outdone, Andrew Luck director of offense Mike Bloomgren walked around Stanford’s offices with a robotic David Shaw.

— Jermaine O’Neal doesn’t need any fancy gizmos. He uses good old fashioned elbow grease. Check out the game-saving block he made to help the Golden State Warriors beat the Houston Rockets in overtime.

— FREAKONOMICS: Tim Lincecum received a $100,000 judgement against his former landlady. Giants Insider Andrew Baggarly has the scoop.

— Patriotism should be reason enough to root for the US Hockey team today, but in case you’re looking for extra motivation, here’s how Toronto Mayor Rob Ford celebrated the Canadian Women’s overtime win against the USA ladies.

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— If that’s not enough reason to root against Canada, there’s this:

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Field of Links: 

US snowboarder Sage Kotsenburg won a gold medal and then received his requested bacon medal on Conan O’Brien.

Rays ace David Price helped an A’s prospect get married to an ESPN anchor.

Genius Girl Scouts are selling cookies outside of pot clubs.

The FLOTUS was on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.

Rob and Rex Ryan hit up a Hooters.

The USF Dons beat the Saint Mary’s Gaels for the first time since 2006.

A guy on a bike jumped over the Warriors’ cheerleaders.

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