There are very few people in the world that can understand the thoughts going through Jim and John Harbaugh’s minds as they prepare to face each other on opposite sides of an NFL field in Super Bowl XLVII.
One of those people is Eli Manning, who gets the sibling rivalry portion as he has faced his brother Peyton in the league, and the pressure of playing in a Super Bowl thanks to his two victories with the Giants.
Ahead of the game, our Jim Gray had a chance to talk with Eli about the big game, playing his brother and much more.
(Listen to Eli Manning’s interview with Jim Gray from 2/1/13)
Eli Manning is interviewed by Jim Gray at Super Bowl XLVII.
Jim Gray with Eli Manning at Super Bowl XLVII.
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