• Harbaugh brothers will meet again in Super Bowl

    Summary of 12 articles · Updated Jan 22, 2013
    • Harbaugh Like Me: A Harbaugh On Harbaugh Vs. Harbaugh

      This post was originally published on The Classical, one day before the 49ers and Ravens advanced to the Super Bowl. More »
      Source: deadspin.com
    • Brothers already tired of all-Harbaugh Bowl

      OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Brothers Harbaugh haven't talked since both of their teams advanced to the Super Bowl. Yet their message to the media is the same: Focus on the players, not the Harbaughs. John and Jim are already tired of the all-Harbaugh Bowl,…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • One thing to know: Keeping it in the family

      If you pay any attention to pro football, you'd know for the first time in NFL history two brothers will coach against each other in the Super Bowl. Harbaugh vs. Harbaugh will become a played-out storyline in the coming weeks, but Mike Florio believes i…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Early Super Bowl preview: The Harbaugh brothers are not the only storyline

      We'll certainly be covering all aspects of Super Bowl XLVII throughout the next two weeks at Shutdown Corner, but here are a few general observations about the upcoming game. Super Bowl XLVII San Francisco 49ers vs. Baltimore Ravens Sunday, February 3, …
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Kaepernick vindicates Jim Harbaugh

      When 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh decided to bench quarterback Alex Smith after he recovered from a concussion and to elevate Colin Kaepernick to the starting job, many proclaimed that anything less than a Super Bowl berth would be evidence that Harbaugh ma…
  • The first pro sack Ray Lewis ever made? On a quarterback named Jim Harbaugh

    Tired of every story about the Super Bowl being about Ray Lewis or a Harbaugh? You're in luck, because here's a story about Ray Lewis AND a Harbaugh! Let's go all the way back to 1996, Week 7. The Oilers were still in Houston. Brett Favre was still a yo…
    Source: yahoo.com
    • Ray Lewis will complete his legendary career in the Super Bowl

      Not too long ago, Ray Lewis was out of the lineup with a triceps injury and it seemed like there was a chance he would never play in the NFL again. Instead, Lewis will finish his illustrious career on the biggest stage, in his first Super Bowl since win…
      Source: yahoo.com
  • Super Bowl XLVII: Brothers Jim and John Harbaugh try to take focus off sibling rivalry, keep it on Baltimore Ravens vs. San Fran

    John Harbaugh and little brother Jim shared a bedroom for 16 years and fought like any two highly competitive boys who were just 15 months apart, which terribly upset their mother Jackie, who expected better behavior.
  • Jim Harbaugh calls facing brother is a blessing and a curse

    The fact that the Ravens and 49ers are coached by the Harbaugh brothers promises to be one of the most discussed angles to Super Bowl XLVII and 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh had his first chance to address the topic on Monday. Harbaugh said that he hopes to …
  • Two compelling championship games produced the Harbaugh Bowl

    The battle of brothers in Super Bowl XLVII is a great story, but don't overlook the ascent of Joe Flacco. It's his time, Peter King writes as he wraps the conference title games.
    Source: CNNSI.com
  • Ravens' Lewis happy to be 'along for the ride' to New Orleans

    Retiring linebacker makes 14 tackles in Baltimore's AFC championship game win over PatriotsRay Lewis knelt on the field and put his head on the ground, practically attaching himself to the turf in complete jubilation.

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