|Written by Josh Kendall|
Posted by: Josh Kendall on January 25, 2013
The San Francisco 49ers know what's ahead of them next week.
Not only must they prepare for the Baltimore Ravens and the Super Bowl, they must prepare themselves for a barrage of questions about the two head coaches, brothers Jim and John Harbaugh.
Jim Harbaugh already is doing his best to keep the talk at a minimum, San Francisco's Tarell Brown told Petros and Money on Fox Sports Radio.
"He hasn't (brought it up)," Brown said. "He's kept it normal. I think he's downplayed it a lot. We understand it is going to get a lot of media attention just because of the situation and the two coaches being brothers, but at the end of the day the most important thing is that it is the 49ers against the Ravens."
The hosts also asked Brown about Harbaugh's sideline intensity.
"He's just passionate about what he does. It's a domino effect. I think our whole coaching staff trickles down to the players as well, with the passion and atmosphere and the time we put in day-in and day-out," Brown said. "That's an opportunity not a lot of people get to see. We put in so much time and so much effort away from our family to be good and to be great at something. We really feel like we accomplished something."
Josh Kendall is a staff writer for CoachingSearch.com and has covered the SEC for more than 15 years for papers such as the Athens Banner-Herald, Macon Telegraph, and The State. He’s the father of two boys who he’s hoping don’t inherit his wide receiver frame and offensive guard feet. Follow @EyeOnCoaches on twitter and send your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
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