One Harbaugh brother is tough to coach against.
That's a brutal tag team.
With some time off before a bowl game, Michigan Head Coach Jim Harbaugh joined his brother on the sideline in Miami Sunday afternoon.
Jim was in the area getting some work done, so he stopped by to provide any help he could to his brother.
"It was great having him here. I'm very proud of him," John said. "He's down here recruiting. Whoever he's recruiting, I hope he goes to Michigan."
It's not the first time Jim has worn Ravens gear and supported the team that beat his former 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII. He also was on hand for the Ravens' wild-card win in Pittsburgh last season.
John returned the favor earlier this year, joining his brother on Michigan's sideline for a game against the Maryland Terrapins on Oct. 3. It was two days after John and the Ravens beat Pittsburgh on Thursday Night Football.
Whenever the brothers have some time off, they seem to end up together.
And they don't just join as sideline guests. The brothers were talking on the sideline during the second half of Sunday's game, and they likely weren't sharing recipes.
Jim was also shown chatting with Ravens practice squad tight end Konrad Reuland, who used to play for Jim at Stanford.