FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Patriots receiver Julian Edelman may not remember Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay of their two fights in college, but he's still impressed that the opposing head coach in the Super Bowl is his contemporary.  McVay, who turned 33 on Thursday, played from 2004 to 2007 in Miami, Ohio. Edelman, 32, played at Kent State in 2006-08. Both schools participate in the Mid-American Conference.
"It's very remarkable, I mean, he's a stallion, he's my age, and is leading an organization to a Super Bowl," Edelman said on Friday, as the Patriots prepared for the Super Bowl LIII Rams, set for the 3rd of February in Atlanta. "It's incredible and it's a testament to how well he knows the game and how hard he works."
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"I love to see it, it's a MAC guy, you know that Coach McVay and the coaching team will have this team ready, and we need to use the preparation time that we have, and also be ready. "
McVay is in his second season as boss He is the youngest head coach in NFL history to reach the Super Bowl and is more than eight years younger than Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
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"The biggest age difference in history between Super Bowl coaches." It only shows that age is no more than a number, "said the patriotic defender Trey Flowers. They put the work in and you can be what you want, no matter what age."
In 2007, Sean McVay's team in Miami (OH) played Kent's team a rigorous MAC contest.
Edelman and McVay have already met earlier, they share their fight where meetings in college. Edelman, a quarterback in the state of Kent, threw 504 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions in those competitions.
McVay had the first productive game of his four-catching college career for 47 yards in the first session. He had seven catches for 84 yards in the two combined games.
Edelman and McVay have taken remarkably different paths since then, though they both led to Atlanta for the Super Bowl this season. Edelman is the second in NFL history to feature 105 postseason receptions. He won a pair of championships with the Patriots.
McVay is a career coach who has worked his way up the corporate ladder and landed his first head coaching gig in 2017 with the Rams. Two years later he is in the Super Bowl and has impressed perhaps the best coach ever.
"Very well trained," Belichick said of the Rams. "Very much, I would say they are offensively creative, but they are very sound."