But O'Malley had his brothers, who drove in to help. So did Drayne, who by then was a banker in the Washington suburbs. So did Tom Murphy, an old buddy from Hart days who had lost a race for mayor of Pittsburgh the year before but would win in his next try, in 1993. Out came the maps. No one gave O'Malley a chance, least of all his wife, who said the same thing she would say when he entered the mayor's race this year: "Are you crazy?"