"It'll turn into an argument nearly every night about who's got the better offense, who has the better defense, or this would work against this defense and this would work against this offense."
"The wives get tired of it I think, so they go to the other room. When we are together we talk about it and it's what we love and it's what we like to talk about."
Houston has faced both of his younger brothers during his career at Wall. He coached against Jody in 1997 and in 2011 he met Zane in the second round of the playoffs.
"As those lights come on and that football gets kicked off, you break all ties. And really, you don't think about it that much. Once the game gets going your job is to coach your team and your kids to the best of your ability."
Jim and John Harbaugh have decided texting will be their only means of communication until Sunday's big game. If Kevin and Houston were facing their brothers...
"We might talk to each other on the phone. It's really hard to say, but I'd probably say we'd talk on the phone and for sure text also."
"Neither one of us can text very good. We aren't very computer savvy or phone savvy, so most of its a phone call and phone call every night."
You can't forget about the parents in this rare circumstance.
"My mom would be super nervous. I think my dad would be nervous, but try not to let it show."
"I'm sure it's very difficult for my parents when they were in those situations and for my mom last year, but think it's also a unique game. You don't get those games very often and I think it's cool to be a part of it."