Utah Utes football: What others are saying - Mom may want to cover her eyes
San Jose State junior guard Ailao Eliapo will represent every younger brother who wanted to prove his mettle to an older brother.
Across from him, playing defensive tackle for the Utes, senior Kenape Eliapo will fight for every older brother who wanted to keep a younger brother in his place.
"One is not backing away from the other," said their father, Kenape Sr. "There's no backing down."
The brothers, who went to South San Francisco High, have known about the matchup for months.
"I told him to bring his 'A' game. I'm going to bring my game." Kenape Jr. said.
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