When former players discuss Paul "Bear" Bryant and the teaching moments and experiences he provided them with throughout his tenure at Alabama, it gives you a better understanding of who Bryant was not only as a head coach for the Crimson Tide, but as a teacher to his student-athletes.

Bryant would go on to coach the game that he loved until his passing, but he left behind a legacy that many Alabama fans thought would never be matched.

Placekicker Peter Kim was on the team during the Bryant's last moments and he joined The Game with Ryan Fowler to share his thoughts on his former head coach and also shared stories of his playing days.

Kim played for the Crimson Tide from 1980-82 and is regarded as one of the best kickers in Alabama history recording 207 points in his career with a 69.8 percent field goal percentage and almost automatic with extra points with 97 percent.

He also talked about Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, who he shares the same high school coach with. For more of Kim's conversation with Ryan Fowler, make sure you watch the video above the article. Don't miss The Game weekday afternoons from 2-6 p.m.