Podcast: As Super Bowl nears, what's it like for players?
JAN 27, 2014 5:34p ET
The guys break down the process of preparing for the biggest games of their lives, and reveal that sometimes the biggest stresses have nothing to do with the competition itself. They share the memories that have stuck with them over time, and the things they wish they could do differently if the process played out all over again.
Finally, they explain how one championship experience has changed their lives forever, and opened up their world in ways they never imagined.
It's a revealing look at a process that only a tiny percentage of athletes will ever get to experience, and some of the smartest, wittiest most fulfilling testimonials you could ever hope to hear.
So if you're ready to get into a "championship mindset" yourself before Sunday's big game, pop some champagne and take a listen. It's the next best thing to a ring ceremony of your own.
Scott Fujita shares his tale of just how strict (and ridiculous) team curfew can truly be during Super Bowl week.
Scott explains why he’s still looking for a “make-good” from President Obama when it comes to his championship White House visit.
Brendon Ayanbadejo explains how the perseverance of O.J. Brigance drove his Ravens to their Super Bowl championship.