The end of Super Bowl XLVII means the end of another football season and the end of two weeks spent talking about the fact that the Harbaugh brothers were on opposite sidelines in the biggest game of the year.
John Harbaugh wound up coming out on top, but he didn’t take the opportunity to ask his brother “Who’s got it better than me?”
Jim Nantz of CBS asked the Ravens coach about his meeting with brother Jim after the final whistle in the 34-31 Baltimore win. John Harbaugh said that he told Jim he loved him and Jim congratulated him in a moment that was not easy for the winning coach.
“It was really hard. The end of the game was the hardest thing I’ve ever experienced,” John Harbaugh said.
Storylines about the brothers and the Harbaugh family got beaten to death during the buildup to the game, but John Harbaugh’s comments are a reminder of how remarkable a moment it must have been for them on Sunday night.