Former Alabama cornerback and two time All-American Antonio Langham was just a small-town boy from Town Creek, AL. That small-town boy made some big plays when he was on the Crimson Tide and now he can reflect on the fruits of his labor.

Langham joins the rest of that 1992 National Championship team in Tuscaloosa as they will be honored during homecoming weekend as the Alabama Crimson Tide goes up against the Arkansas Razorbacks.

Before joining his team to celebrate that 1992 team, the 1993 Jim Thorpe and Jack Tatum award winner joined The Game with Ryan Fowler to talk about working with Nick Saban while he was a rookie for the Cleveland Browns, the 1993 Sugar Bowl, and shares his favorite Coach Stalling story that involves former President Bill Clinton.

After his career at Alabama, Langham was drafted ninth overall to the Cleveland Browns and played seven season in the NFL finishing his career with 345 tackles and 14 interceptions.

For more of Ryan Fowler's conversation with Antonio Langham make sure you check out the video above the article. Don't miss The Game with Ryan Fowler weekday afternoon from 2-6 p.m.