"And I wanted to make sure he is at the Super Bowl with his son to enjoy it ..." Offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth chased his kids around the field, running back C.J. Anderson's mom chatted up McVay, cornerback Aqib Talib introduced defensive coordinator Wade Phillips to his youngest son, and for about 40 minutes all soaked in their journey to Super Bowl LIII.
"He can teach us ways to become a Super Bowl champion, he's been there". "It's pretty cool to see him reach this game". Let's take a look at the players who blossomed into NFL-caliber talent and their high school accomplishments leading up to it. Gurley explained how it's just natural for him. "I will probably not see them again until after the game", McVay said. "I would say I fit all of those schemes and systems well".
"It's just the way I am". He was moving out of his house, and he chose to shift his work toward his foundation, which helps inner-city kids in Vallejo, California, where he grew up.
Anderson acknowledges that this is Gurley's team.
"Oh, man, Alfonso. The guy is special, man". Todd Gurley will start in Sunday's Super Bowl against New England, but Anderson will have a role.
Anderson said he had struck an immediate rapport with Gurley.
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"It's so cool just being able to do stuff like that", he added. But what he accomplished in those first four seasons was more than enough to earn him a place in Canton.
When you talk about the Rams coaching staff, much of the attention is centered around 33-year-old coaching star, Sean Mcvay.
Beyond his sunny disposition, Gurley has been preparing for this moment for a while.
Asked what makes Georgia different than other schools with more than one National Football League running back, Gurley said "because we're playing in the Super Bowl and nobody else is".
FILE- In this September 13, 2014, file photo, Georgia running back Sony Michel (1) celebrates with teammate Todd Gurley (3) after scoring a touchdown against SC during the first half of an NCAA college football game in Columbia, S.C. Sony Michel was a freshman and Todd Gurley a junior when the pair shared the backfield together at the University of Georgia. It's like at least every year, there's definitely one play that needs to be made, and that's kind of like the deal-breaker. "They have a tough time tackling me". Beyond the 6:30 p.m. ET scheduled kickoff, the team faces unique scheduling and logistical challenges, from getting through security into the stadium to drawn-out introductions and additional extended game breaks for TV. When Sony and Nick (Chubb) were playing, you knew you were watching something special. "He loves the game of football and he's passionate about what he's doing".