Sony Michel; Todd Gurley. (Maddie Meyer/Getty Images; Harry How/Getty Images)
ATLANTA (WBZ NewsRadio) — Hall of Famer Terrell Davis is a two-time Super Bowl champ and even won the MVP during Super Bowl 32.
Now, the former Georgia running back is ready to watch a pair of other premier one-time Bulldogs backs in this Sunday's Super Bowl—Patriots rookie Sony Michel and Rams superstar Todd Gurley.
Davis chatted with TMZ and offered advice to Michel and Gurley as they get ready for the biggest game of their lives.
"Try not to make this game any different than the games you've played," Davis said. "I know it's the hardest thing for a player to do, to try to make a game of this magnitude seem like it's just a regular game, but it's gonna be big. And when you get to that stage and you see that crowd, and you see all the media credentials and you see that millions of people are watching you, a lot of the time what happens is, players assume it's the Super Bowl, I gotta do something different, I gotta prepare more, I gotta do something that I'm not used to doing, and that's when they get in trouble. So if they just stay the course, keep doing what they're doing, they should be fine."
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Michel definitely hasn't been scared off by the stage in his first postseason. He's rushed for an NFL rookie record five touchdowns and nearly 250 yards in two games.
WBZ NewsRadio's Adam Kaufman ( @AdamMKaufman ) reports