Joe Namath is arguably the most iconic player in Alabama Crimson Tide history. Playing quarterback under legendary Crimson Tide head coach Paul "Bear" Bryant, Namath led Alabama to a 29-4 record and the 1964 National Championship.

Namath joined The Game with Ryan Fowler and took the time to discuss his new book "All The Way: My Life in Four Quarters," published as part of the 50th Anniversary to the New York Jets Super Bowl III victory, which "Broadway Joe" famously guaranteed a win over the then Baltimore Colts.

 

Namath also reflects on life lessons he's learned along the way in his Hall of Fame career, including from  "Bear" Bryant.

"Coach Bryant had that passion and understanding that we needed or should be our best," Namath said. "Coach Bryant is one of the men who confirmed the need for individuals to have respect for one another."

Namath also touched on Quinnen Williams being drafted 3rd overall to his New York Jets, Mal Moore's legacy at the University of Alabama, and Tua Tagovailoa.

For more of Joe Namath's thoughts on his time with the Alabama Crimson Tide, make sure you watch the video above the article. Don't miss The Game with Ryan Fowler weekday afternoons from 2-6 p.m. for all the latest news, breakdown and analysis surrounding the Alabama Crimson Tide.

You can purchase his book "All The Way: My Life in Four Quarters" here.