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Opposites, some day, might attract

Harbaughs would ‘love’ an opportunity to coach together
Never before in Super Bowl history have brothers led their teams into NFL’s showcase as head-coaching counterparts. On Sunday, John Harbaugh, head coach of the Baltimore Ravens, will be on the opposite sideline of Jim Harbaugh, head coach of the San Francisco 49ers.
Could John Harbaugh see himself working with his brother, Jim Harbaugh, one day in the National Football League? “No question about it,” said John, head coach of the Baltimore Ravens. “We’ve had that conversation in the past. It just never really worked out timing-wise. I’d love to work for Jim. It would be the greatest thing in the world.”
Brothers Harbaugh

Jim Harbaugh



Coaching Record

Regular Season



Year, Team W L T Pct

2011 – San Francisco 13 3 0 .813

2012 – San Francisco 11 4 1 .719

Total 24 7 1 .766



Postseason



Year, Team W L Pct

2011 – San Francisco 1 1 .500

2012 – San Francisco 2 0 1.000

Total 3 1 .750



2011 – Won divisional playoff against New Orleans 36-32; Lost NFC championship against N.Y. Giants 20-17, OT.

2012 – Won divisional playoff against Green Bay 45-31; Won NFC championship against Atlanta 28-24.



John Harbaugh



Coaching Record

Regular Season



Year Team W L T Pct

2008 – Baltimore 11 5 0 .688

2009 – Baltimore 9 7 0 .563

2010 – Baltimore 12 4 0 .750

2011 – Baltimore 12 4 0 .750

2012 – Baltimore 10 6 0 .625

Total 54 26 0 .675



Postseason



Year Team W L Pct

2008 – Baltimore 2 1 .667

2009 – Baltimore 1 1 .500

2010 – Baltimore 1 1 .500

2011 – Baltimore 1 1 .500

2012 – Baltimore 3 0 1.000

Total 8 4 .667



2008 – Won wild-card playoff against Miami 27-9; won divisional playoff against Tennessee 13-10; lost AFC championship against Pittsburgh 23-14.

2009 – Won wild-card playoff against New England 33-14; lost divisional playoff against Indianapolis 20-3.

2010 – Won wild-card playoff against Kansas City 30-7; lost divisional playoff against Pittsburgh 31-24.

2011 – Won divisional playoff against Denver 38-35, 2OT; lost AFC championship against New England 23-20.

2012 – Won wild-card playoff against Indianapolis 24-9; won divisional playoff against Denver 38-35, 2OT; won AFC championship against New England 28-13.



Associated Press

Opposites, some day, might attract

Never before in Super Bowl history have brothers led their teams into NFL’s showcase as head-coaching counterparts. On Sunday, John Harbaugh, head coach of the Baltimore Ravens, will be on the opposite sideline of Jim Harbaugh, head coach of the San Francisco 49ers.
Could John Harbaugh see himself working with his brother, Jim Harbaugh, one day in the National Football League? “No question about it,” said John, head coach of the Baltimore Ravens. “We’ve had that conversation in the past. It just never really worked out timing-wise. I’d love to work for Jim. It would be the greatest thing in the world.”
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