John Harbaugh got the best of Jim Harbaugh in Super Bowl XLVII -- the first time two brothers faced off as opposing coaches in an American professional league championship game. The Baltimore Ravens beat the San Francisco 49ers 34-31 in a record-long 4-hour, 14-minute marathon that included huge swings of momentum, key fourth-down stands and a 34-minute blackout.
John Harbaugh beat Jim, his younger brother by a mere fifteen months, to the family's first Lombardi Trophy.
And he has the Motown writing duo Ashford and Simpson to thank.
"I told [Ray Lewis] it's like an old Motown song," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said when asked what he told the team after the unprecedented 34-minute break in the action. "Ain't no mountain high enough, ain't no valley deep enough, ain't no river wide enough," Harbaugh said, "to keep us from winning a championship."
Did he sing those words to Lewis?
"I said it," Harbaugh said with a sly grin. "I can't sing."
Dubbed "The Har-Bowl" all w...