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The Coming of " Broadway Joe"


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The Coming of " Broadway Joe"
Richie Anza

Published on Jul 19, 2017
Joseph William ‘Joe’ Namath was born in Beaver Falls, Beaver County, Pennsylvania. He was close to both his parents, but lived with his mother after the couple divorced.
While in school, he was spectacular in basketball, baseball and football. He participated in his school football team, which would go on to win the WPIAL Class AA Championship.
After he graduated, he received a number of offers from Major League Baseball teams, but he always wanted to build a career in football.
He was given a number of offers from Division I college football programs including Penn State, Alabama and Notre Dame University. After Alabama’s head coach, Bear Bryant’s offer, Namath accepted a full scholarship.
From 1962 to 1964, he played for the Alabama Crimson Tide football team and led the team to a National Championship. After the death of his coach, Namath was left heartbroken.
He did not receive his college degree, which he willingly pursued much later in his life.