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EAGAN, Minn. - It's brother versus brother in what many believe is the biggest storyline in this year's Super Bowl.

When Jim Harbaugh and John Harbaugh face off, there is a set of Minnesota brothers that know the feeling.

"Similar to us, I'm sure they are thinking about their parents," says Mike Fritze. "You think about their feelings when one wins and the other loses."

Mike Fritze spent 30 years as head coach of the Apple Valley football program, while his brother Dave spent 18 years as head coach at Eagan High School. The two faced off close to a dozen times.

"Once you hit the football field you forget he's your brother and you want to win as bad as anything," chuckles Dave. "I even tried some trick plays to surprise him."

The Fritze brothers admit they can't remember each score and all the stats, but they do say their rivalry will be remembered for a long time.

"When you look over and see your own brother over there I felt really proud to be out on the field with him," said Mike. "There are a lot of great memories."

Interesting to note, Mike is predicting a Baltimore victory while Dave feels like San Francisco will win.

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