Joe Namath Shares His Thoughts On Alabama's National Championship Loss
© Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports
Legendary Jets and Alabama QB Joe Namath is one of those guys that carries a grin and giggle that seems like he's always drunk. Here he is sharing his thoughts on the Crimson Tide's National Championship to Clemson sober, I think....(DISCLAIMER: No sideline reporters harassed during the making of this film)...


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Originally published on SECRant.com

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17 Comments
TMZ...geez. What a creepy arse way to "get Joe's thoughts". He was just trying to get the frick outta there.
Reply1 day
He really lost a NC himself in 1964. Whoo Pig!
Reply7 days
This "reporter" is an assjack. Holy cow, he makes money for this? Good for him lol
Reply8 days
Jim Acosta wannabe...
Reply9 days
lol @ the reporter trying to get some hot takes and getting nothing.
Reply9 days
"Joe, with Clemson winning does that make them the #1 team in college football in your opinion?" Wow, what a retard. Perfect example of why TMZ has no business reporting sports.
Reply9 days
Something about the way this guy pronounces words - very annoying. “Out-plaaayed.”
Reply9 days
Kind of a dumb question. "With Clemson's win, does that make them the #1 team in the Country?" Dude cmon, Bama fans are tipping their caps to Clemson. Don't go all UCF on people.
Reply9 days
Clemson finished the 2018-2019 Season as #1 and they deserve to start the 2019-2020 Season #1. Bama is right there at #2.
9 days
thats the way to answer a dumb question with a lol
Reply9 days
Dude is cool . Leave me alone now
Reply10 days
Its unamerican to me to be a single guy and not want to enjoy a drink with a lady once in a while.
Reply10 days
If that guy had some tits, it would’ve been a way better interview.
Reply10 days
He didn’t see the game. He was shite canned by 6 PM
Reply10 days
7 am you mean
10 days
Shocked that he was sober
Reply10 days
Male reporter. Dont care.
Reply10 days
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