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January 15, 2014 at 11:35 PM

Thursday links: Hauschka gets his kicks

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I’ll pass along our Take Two look at the national view of the game later. For now, here are a few other links on the game. …

— I wrote about kicker Steven Hauschka for the Thursday paper, a rather obvious yet still somewhat unsung hero for the Seahawks this year;

Jayson Jenks writes about the impact penalties could play in the game;

Larry Stone writes about what Marshawn Lynch means to the Seahawks;

Percy Harvin’s status remains unknown;

— 49ers.com breaks down the game with Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com;

— Seahawks.com puts the focus on Red Bryant’s playoff memories;

— Seahawks.com also wraps up the day’s events;

— The San Jose Mercury News says there’s no denying the rivalry between the two teams;

— The Mercury News says the game could hinge on turnovers;

Jim Harbaugh says he has good memories of Richard Sherman as a college player;

— The San Francisco Chronicle writes that silencing Seattle will require a certain swagger;

— The Chronicle also notes that the Russell Wilson and Colin Kaepernick have not brought out the best in each other;

— More on some of the fan fundraising efforts of the two teams;

— Philly.com says Harbaugh doesn’t doubt Kaepernick’s big-game ability;

— CBSSports.com with a preview of the game;

— ESPN.com’s Rick Reilly writes about Pete Carroll and Jim Harbaugh;

— The Sporting News writes that the betting public is enthralled by the 49ers;

— More betting-line stuff from The Sporting News;

— NJ.com with five storylines on the game;

— Are the 49ers receivers up to the challenge?;

Anquan Boldin could go to his third Super Bowl with his third team;

— Kaepernick has thrown 11 interceptions as a starting QB — four have come in Seattle;

— USA Today looks at five storylines this weekend.

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