Found February 01, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
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NEW ORLEANS -- John Harbaugh and his younger brother Jim shared a bedroom growing up, but they can't split the Lombardi Trophy. One will experience the elation of winning Super Bowl XLVII, the other deflated by defeat. "In any game, that's always something you think about. Jim has pointed this out before, it's not really about how we're going to feel," John said. "For everyone in the organization, it's bitter disappointment when you lose and jubilation when you win. ... For the side that comes up short, it's going to be a bitter disappointment. That's just the way football is, that's the way life is." John, in his fifth season as head coach of the Baltimore Ravens, and second-year 49ers coach Jim held a joint press conference Friday that featured the contrasting personalities of the Harbaugh brothers, the first ever in major sports to coach against each other for a championship. John wore a black suit and purple Ravens neckti...
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