Look for lots of Harbaughs in New Orleans next week. Two of them will be working the sidelines in the Super Bowl.
John Harbaugh and his Baltimore Ravens set up a family reunion in the Big Easy, shutting down the New England Patriots 28-13 Sunday in the AFC championship game.
Waiting for them will be his younger brother Jim and the San Francisco 49ers, who beat Atlanta 28-24 for the NFC title. It's the first Super Bowl matching siblings as head coaches.
''I'd like to think that our two teams are very similar,'' said John, who is a year older than Jim. ''I'd like to think when you look at those two teams, you are looking at mirror images of two football teams.''
What the Ravens (13-6) are looking at is their first Super Bowl in 12 years, thanks to three touchdown passes from Joe Flacco and a defense led by Ray Lewis that made Tom Brady look downright ordinary.
It will be quite a last game for Lewis, the emotional linebacker who will retire after the matchup with the...