Jimmy Burrow has seen his son, Joe, play in big games, from his LSU days to now as a second-year player with the Cincinnati Bengals. But the Super Bowl is a different story, except for the Bengals quarterback.

Jimmy Burrow was a guest on “The Paul Finebaum Show” on Tuesday, and shared some insight into the build-up to the Super Bowl.

“He has a routine that he goes through,” Jimmy said. “Obviously this is a little different. But he still probably on Monday, on his day off, was playing video games with his high school friends and teammates, which that’s his relaxation. He avoids too many phone calls with mom and dad. And he’s confident and he always says when he’s prepared, he feels confident and comfortable and he works hard at getting prepared and the coaches do a great job. In his mind, preparation continues to build his calmness and his confidence. His personality, it’s kind of the same on the field and off the field.”

Joe Burrow finished 23 of 38 for 250 yards with 2 touchdowns and an interception in the AFC Championship, which setup a trip to Los Angeles to play in the Bengals’ third Super Bowl, and first since 1989.