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After watching his brother Jim coach Michigan to a national title Monday night, Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh has his sights on another celebration in the Super Bowl next month. His team is the top seed in the AFC and has this weekend off, but the excitement of Jim Harbaugh’s victory was enough to whet John’s appetite.

 

“Like any brother, sibling, your brother gets something, you want it too, right?” John Harbaugh said Wednesday. “You become a part of the celebration and the confetti and the jubilation and the tears. And (it) just kind of sinks in. It’s like, ‘Man, I really want to experience this for our team, I want our team to experience this.’

The Ravens don’t want to think too far ahead. Even their postseason opener is still a week and a half away, and they could face any of four possible opponents in that game. With no game to prepare for this weekend, John Harbaugh was able to travel to Houston to watch his brother’s team beat Washington for college football’s championship.

“That’s the big picture. That’s the ultimate goal for the season. And then with that, back to one day at a time, one play at a time.

The Michigan Wolverines capped off their first national title since 1997 with a 34-13 manhandling of the Washington Huskies back on Jan. 8. Much of the credit for that win goes to Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh, who served two separate three-game suspensions during the season for recruiting violations.

 

A lot of speculation swirled after that game that Harbaugh might return to the NFL, where he previously coached the 49ers from 2011-2014. Harbaugh and San Francisco appeared in Super Bowl XLVII but suffered a loss to the Baltimore Ravens and head coach John Harbaugh, Jim’s brother.

I know Michigan’s been a joy for him to go back to his alma mater. His family loves it there, the players love him, the coaches, the fanbase. I would think the president and the board of trustees would be doing everything they can to try and keep them. That would be priority No. 1 if I was them.

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