Joe Namath Had Sex With Over 300 Girls While At Alabama

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I bet there are a lot of female students at the University of Alabama who just read this headline and thought to themselves, “Who the hell is Joe Namath?” Well, you should know who he is because the man won a national championship for your school. I think he even played alongside Forrest Gump. It’s understandable that you wouldn’t know the name, though. I realize you guys are beginning to lose count of your natties, plus Joe wore crimson in the early to mid-’60s.

However, I guarantee you that if you went to Bama when Joe was roaming the campus, you’d know who he was, perhaps even very, very well. Anyone’s mother attend Bama in the ’60s…?

In an interview with Joe Namath from December of 1969 that Deadspin dug up, Namath reveals that he slept with about 300 Alabama coeds.

The interviewer also asked how many sexual conquests he’d had, and he estimated the number at 300 by the time he finished college. Broadway Joe said when he was bored in class, he would make a list of all the women he’d been with, and the number was beyond 300.

Anyone else shocked by this number? I sure as shit am. And not because it’s high. If I’d ventured a guess for Broadway Joe’s college number, I’m saying he knocked boots with at least 750 girls at Alabama. He’s Broadway Joe, a famous lady killer. Hell, he could probably get laid in Tuscaloosa tonight.

Never forget:

Joe was strugg-uh-ling.

[via Larry Brown Sports]

Image via Sports Illustrated

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    FratUF

    My grandma went to Alabama during the Namath years. She was coming home from studying one night and when the elevator doors opened she was face to face with Joe Namath and there were no co ed dorms at the time. He was leaving after having climbed up the side of the building and through the window of one of the 300 to get some.

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