Sunday is the big game. Of all the 32 teams in the NFL only two remain and take the field Sunday to see who will be crowned Super Bowl Champions. This games has something the forty six Super Bowls lacked, sibling rivalry. For the first time in Super Bowl history two brothers lead their teams in the quest to be called the years best.
John and Jim Harbaugh will battle whits come Sunday. Although they have both been very
professional about coaching against each other there is a part of them that wants to beat their brother on Sunday. They are both too competitive for them not to think that. For those of you that have a sibling you understand the importance of beating them. It is in our nature to want to be better than our sibling at what we do. For John and Jim Harbaugh this is even more so for many reasons. This is both of their first appearance in a Super Bowl, Both feel a win will propel them from good coach to great coach. And both want to make their dad proud. For a man it is the greatest feeling in the world to be able to have your dad accomplish such a great feat. Their dad, Jack, was a college coach for over thirty years and knows what it feels like to win a championship. Both of his sons want to bring a Super Bowl ring home to Daddy. They both don't mind doing it at the expense of their brother.