During one of the episodes in ‘The TrevStone Show’ podcast, former Detroit Lions and Pittsburgh Steelers kick returner and CFL star Stefan Logan shared his sights regarding the crazy ‘handshake’ between former head coaches Jim Harbaugh and Jim Schwartz.
For those who don’t remember, Harbaugh and the San Francisco 49ers best the Detroit Lions back in 2011. That loss resulted in a ‘handshake’ which created between the coaches and the teams near the tunnel.
Here is the video of that event between the two coaches.
Logan, who did play under Schwartz with the Lions back then, broke us down what he seen from the handshake during one of the podcast’s episodes.
“You know we talked with some of the guys after the game is over and all of the sudden, we saw him (Schwartz) running, and a crowd just came right on over then, ” Logan said.
“I saw all that and I though that was very funny,” Logan added. “I say like a few weeks after that happened, we kind of made a [joke] about it afterwards.”
Then a question came about on what the locker room was like after the scuffle occurred. Logan felt that it brought upon a truly different side from both the coach and team.
“(Head Coach Jim Schwartz) came in and told us about it, and we were all like, ‘it was like two coaches that got into a fight like two grandkids into it right there,’” Logan said. “We all thought it was funny and it was on ESPN for about two weeks, and that right there, showed a little bit of character.”
“Yeah, it was crazy, man. He felt like at the time as a man, ‘hey, I just want you to shake my hand and not shove me off,’ like you just can’t do it like that,” Logan added.
Feel free to view the entire YouTube clip of the Stefan Logan episode from the TrevStone Show down below if you want.