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    Dan Shaughnessy

    Harbaughs make family history in Super Bowl

    Track the paths the Harbaugh brothers traveled in their careers before leading their respective teams to Super Bowl XLVII:

    1962

    Born in Toledo, Ohio.

    1963

    Born in Toledo, Ohio.

    1984

    Began three-year stint as graduate assistant at Western Michigan.

    1986

    Named Big Ten Player of the Year as quarterback at Michigan.

    1987

    Selected in first round (26th overall) by Chicago Bears in NFL draft.

    Became tight ends coach at University of Pittsburgh.

    1988

    Served as defensive backs/special teams/strength & conditioning coach at Morehead State.

    1989

    Began six-year stretch as special teams/tight ends/outside linebackers/running backs coach at University of Cincinnati.

    1994

    Began eight-year run as unpaid assistant to his father, Jack, at Western Kentucky, even as he continued to play in the NFL.

    1995

    Earned only Pro Bowl nod, as QB for the Indianapolis Colts. Helped team to berth in AFC title game.

    Promoted to assistant head coach at University of Cincinnati for two seasons.

    1997

    Became special teams coordinator/defensive backs coach at University of Indiana.

    1998

    Started nine-season tenure as special teams coordinator for Philadelphia Eagles.

    2002

    Began two-year stint stop as offensive assistant for Oakland Raiders. Was with team in loss in Super Bowl XXXVII.

    2004

    Became head coach at University of San Diego.

    2005

    Led San Diego to Division 1-AA Mid-Major national title.

    2006

    Led San Diego to second straight Division 1-AA Mid-Major national title.

    2007

    Named head coach at Stanford, which was 1-11 in year before his arrival.

    Became secondary coach for Philadelphia Eagles.

    2008

    Hired as head coach of Baltimore Ravens. Lost in AFC title game in first season.

    2010

    Led Stanford to first-ever BCS bowl berth and a victory in the Orange Bowl.

    2011

    Became head coach of the San Francisco 49ers. Led team to NFC title game in his first season.

    Reached playoffs for fourth time in four seasons. Lost in AFC title game.

    2012

    Led 49ers to Super Bowl.

    Led Ravens to Super Bowl.