We're less than a week away from the Super Bowl.
And so far there's been a lot written about the brothers coaching against each other John and Jim Harbaugh.
I was able to get one of the first interviews with Jack Harbaugh, John and Jim's dad, here's his take on the Har-Bowl.
Jack Harbaugh-John and Jim's Dad: Five years ago someone would have told us John and Jim would be in a super Bowl, we'd say you gotta be crazy
Tia Streeter-KX Sports: Last season John and Jim Harbaugh coached against each other Thanksgiving night. It was the first time brothers had been head coaches against each other in the NFL, John's Baltimore Ravens won 16-6. Jack Harbaugh looks at that night as a good learning experience for everyone.
Jack Harbaugh-John and Jim's Dad: I think everyone's focused on winning, and what that feelings like, for us having had a dry run, or a dress rehearsal, last Thanksgiving my thoughts are that our feelings will be more with the one that is going to feel that they didn't win.
Tia Streeter-KX Sports: Jack says being a father is always rewarding. He says he NEVER thought about his boys getting to this level, all he ever wanted for them was success and happiness. For Jack its been about enjoying the journey.
Jack Harbaugh-John and Jim's Dad: Jim was with the Indianapolis Colts it was his first year with the Colts, the last game of the season against the Buffalo Bills, and he came out and he had his shoulder pads and stuff on and he said dad, lets play catch, and I got up and we stood there and threw the ball back and forth about ten yards between us and I thought to myself, Wow, how life's circle comes around.
My favorite story about John, when he was his first year with the Ravens as a head coach they were playing the number one seed in the playoffs the Tennessee Titans, and the Ravens played one of the great football games that you'd ever want to see and standing there and I caught John's eye and he walked over and we embraced and he said thank you for everything I love you, and I love you, and I had this feeling for the first time, that he belongs, he was meant to do this he has taken this team into this stadium and win this game, John Harbaugh has validated himself as one of the really good coaches in the NFL, and he's our son, and how proud I was of him
Tia Streeter-KX Sports: Jack says his boys won't be worried about who they're coaching against during the game. Afterward, he expects their relationship to be unchanged, they'll still be brothers, still family.
Jack Harbaugh-John and Jim's Dad: The game is over and I know one will be bitterly disappointed, but they're brothers and they'll support one another and love one another and the one that wins will be back in about three days and he'll be trying to figure out a way to win again next year and the one that lost probably won't wait three days he'll be back in the office the next day and try to figure that the result isn't duplicated the next year.
Jack says obviously he's hoping for a tie, but he knows the NFL won't go for that.
Jack says this is the first time in almost 10 years that his three kids, John, Jim and Joani will all be together with their whole families, so Jack's excited to baby sit.
Coaching runs in the family, Jack coached football for 44 years.
His daughter Joani is the wife of Tom Crean the Head Basketball Coach at Indiana.
The Super Bowl is here on CBS.