Huddle Up with Gus
Huddle Up with Gus

Episode · 1 year ago

Joe Namath

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Welcome to the Huddle with 15-year NFL quarterback Gus Frerotte! You’re in for a very special treat on today’s show as Gus welcomes the “Broadway Joe” himself, legendary Joe Namath to the huddle. Gus takes Joe back to his earlier days as a young boy, then to Alabama, and onto to his remarkable career with the Jets and his year with the Rams. "Broadway Joe" leaves no secrets unsaid as he shares behind the scenes of his time on the gridiron, how he became an acting star and what life has been like in retirement. Get ready sports fans, this is one time in the huddle you won’t forget!  

Hey everyone. Welcome to another episode of huddle up with Gus, I'm your host, former NFL quarterback Gus Frerotte and welcome to the new 16 31 digital new studio. You know, some people say no news is good news. Well I say to those people you've never read. 16 31 digital news dot com. Go to 16 31 digital news dot com to get your latest news, sports, music and entertainment and maybe even listen to your favorite podcast. Follow up with Gusts. Check it out today at www. 16 31 digital news dot com. Huddle up with Gusts is brought to you by Vegas sports advantage, clients of Vegas. Sports advantage are winning big in 2021 you can be a part of the winning two. As of june 1st $100. Bettors are up $3700 500 dollars. Bettors are up $18,500 and $1000. Bettors are up $37,000 and $5000. Bettors are up $185,000 become inclined today by clicking the link in the description below and use promo code, huddle up To take 25% off your package today. Thanks to our partnership. Welcome to what surely will be a doozy of a matchup brian here. Sports fans. Whether your game is on the gridiron at the diamond or on the links, we can only say welcome to this week's huddle up with gusts. 15 year NFL quarterback Gus parents passion for sports has taken him on the Field and behind the bench is playing for seven NFL franchises With 114 TV under his belt, gust knows who the players are and how the games are one. Uh it's not every day you get to hang out with an NFL quarterback up. Okay, sports fans from the decked out and plush 1631 Digital Studios, it's kick off time. So snap your chin straps on and get ready to huddle up with us two left, right. Hey everyone, welcome to another episode of huddle Up with Gusts. I'm your host, Gus Frerotte, 15 year NFL quarterback and I want to welcome you to the huddle up with Gusts podcast today we have a special guest and I can't wait to introduce them. But before we do that I want to thank all my friends out there and my sponsor. So I want to thank 16 31 digital news. I want to thank my team brian and terry. I want to thank Sounder F. M. For always hosting us on their platform and putting us putting our podcast up. Uh they do a great job with new technologies to really transcribe everything that we're saying and put it out there for all of you to watch, read, listen to whatever you want to do. And then lastly I want to thank uh Vegas sports advantage. If you really want to win some cash, go to Vegas sports advantage, you're gonna help you uh turn those bets into some real money. Use my code huddle up and save 25% when you sign up to go to Vegas sports advantage and win some money. But today, this is a guy that um, this is a player, this is a famous person that, you know, we kind of, we both grew up in Pittsburgh, he's just an incredible person, incredible player. So many stories, joe, I can't tell you how many things have been going through my mind since you said you would come on our show and I'd love to talk to you about how we grew up, similarly, you know, but joining me today, Super Bowl three Champion all around, uh, just change the NFL and the A. F. L. And how things happen. But joining me today, joe name is joe, how are you doing? I guess it's good to be with you, I'm doing well, six grandchildren, you know, and a couple of daughters and guys that they were all healthy. Yeah, you look great, You look great, you look like you're still wing it a little bit. Oh man, I wish I could, I've been having a little problem, I think I heard it at the bowling alley with uh mine was at the racquetball court. Well, you know, when you get done, you want to stay in shape, right? And you hate just to run and lift and I was trying to play with my friends and I got on the racquetball court and the competitive stuff just comes out and I'm like, I want to beat these guys bad and I swung and tore my rotator and oh yeah, but you know, I don't know, it hasn't hurt my golf game, so I'm okay, well I'm right on the edge of giving that sport up, playing the worst I've ever played in my life and I haven't played actually for about six months now, so I don't know what's worse, like throwing an interception or having a bad round of golf on interception, you were dealing with the pain man, you know, I know, you know, oh, we usually talk on the show about how we grew up and I know that you grew up in Beaver Falls, I mean you have a long history, it's a Middletown, your...

...parents, you know, your dad was a still guy, You had brothers and sisters, I mean that's how I was. I mean, I came from a big Catholic my dad had was one of 15 kids, right? There's nothing more Catholic than that. He was a little guy too. He worked at PPG um and talk to me a little bit about how growing up in Beaver, like the friendships you start and then when you really started to fall in love with sports, wow. Uh as early as I could remember falling in love with sports, I mean there was like three buddies that went across the street this way, one across the street that way and the other and between the four of us, that's all we did was play some kind of ball. Whether we're getting mom to sew up a pair of socks, an old pair of socks that we can hit with a broom stick or a stick and in the backyard. I just love sports. I remember going up to the high school games when I was a kid on a friday night with the gang man from the lower end. And uh I think I learned early on and watching that. Uh not only was it fun, but whenever you want, we were happy when we were competing at different parts of town. Uh the projects, which was just a little north of us and beaver Falls, we go play them and uh life's a game, team game, you know, I've learned this through the years, gus uh we don't do much on our own, you know, we work together in sports is a great teacher and you learn uh it's not all about you all the time, you know, you get humbled many times, you get knocked down a lot of times and uh hopefully with the right education and folks pushing you get back up and keep going. So I love western pennsylvania man, you know, all about it too. Oh my gosh, you know, and people always ask me like what makes quarterbacks from P. A. So tough and I said, you know, for me it was my dad, my dad was just the toughest guy I've ever met, he was the youngest boy, he was the third youngest kid. He said, you know, he was in the korean war because I never had a new pair of shoes until I got to the army, you know, And and so I've seen that guy do crazy things like take a chainsaw across his hand and and just keep working and I'm like, dad, you gotta go to the emergency room, he's like, ah we'll do it after I get done with the job, and I'm like, and so when I tell people what makes us tough, you know, our parents and the people around us were tough, that's kind of how Pittsburgh is, you know, because you just busted my brain here again, it starts at home life if we're lucky enough to have folks around us, our environment, our family, the love and that can guide us in the right way. Uh we're very fortunate and uh I had a family of that nature to I had friends that didn't quite have that kind of family when we were growing up of it through life, I understand or have grown to know and believe that it starts at home most of the time and uh boy our families gave us a lot of support. Yeah, you know, it was amazing that what what they did give us, and so I'm sure you played all three sports, you know, we didn't grow up in Pittsburgh, we didn't have soccer and lacrosse and all that. We had football, Baseball and basketball. That's all I ever played. That's all I ever can remember. You know, I guess I tried hockey, I tried getting on that ice too, but I failed out on that cock six a couple of times, pill Boehner said, oh man, I can't do this. Uh in Pittsburgh didn't have a professional hockey team back then, we were growing up uh football, basketball and baseball three seasons, man. And uh, as an athlete, I love making the transition into all of them. And there is not one of them that I disliked. You know, I I loved all of them and football by the way, people over the years would ask me about my favorite sport and it didn't always didn't go to football because I told him I don't like getting hit right? Like getting down. I don't like, you know baseball, I love man basketball, I love this uh football. We played it because we love the competition. For sure. Well, I think it's, it sounds like you were a lot like me because I grew up a half mile from our football field in high school When I was a kid. I remember we'd sneak under the fence. So we didn't have to pay for the ticket, which was like 75 cents or something, right? We'd sneak under the fence and go to the Friday night games and just the energy and the people that were there. There was nothing like it because the whole town came. Yeah. You defense. We had the fence that we climbed over instead of sneaking under. But oh, Geneva College, you know, we played in a field that, uh, Geneva had...

...up there and boy going to those friday night games man. I watched guys playing joe Walton. I don't know if you remember. Okay, well he was a great halfback in Beaver Falls and I watched him man when I was a kid growing up and joe went on the pitch and of course the pro ball became a coach, but I just marveled at these guys how they could play football on friday night. You know, we're watching them at halftime guys. We'd go over behind the bleachers and play free from. We did too. Yeah, yeah, yeah. That was no patch, you know, but the guy that got the, the stone or whatever it was, everybody ran after him to tackle. Oh yeah. I mean, I just, I always tell people that growing up like we did and having a community like we did and where you played every sport like I learned to play basketball. Not because I got coached in it just because we went and did it. There was no rest. Nobody like you called your own files and and you kind of, you were still friends after the game. It was great. I mean, I miss those days a lot. Yeah. Well I knew I couldn't play basketball when those guys from feral and Sharon came down. If you were falls man as cats could playboy in Washington too. Little Washington. Our basketball teams, we went as successful as well. We wanted to be. But I love the basketball was able to palm it probably youtube, you know, you guys whatever man. When you could palm when you could done front words and backwards. One of the highlights of my sporting life was in college between my junior and senior year. I got the dunk two handed Yeah boy, it was one I did dig basketball. Uh, it was great. You know, back in the day the music be playing the cheerleaders and all the kids from school would be in there and we had the great little gyms and you'd run down to the music and doing the lineup drill. Remember all that? That was like just so much fun. Remember? And then you got all your buddies had nicknames, you didn't call him by the real name. They all had nicknames. Yeah. And uh, I, I remember it wasn't a real boy scout, but I went to join the boy scouts because the meetings were in a gym under a church, you know, in the church basement. So we could play basketball right after the meetings and stuff, but I wasn't a real good scout. And uh somehow I I didn't make the grade man, but we got to play it indoors during the winter time a little bit. Yeah, you don't get a lot of patches. You're saying when you were in the boy scout you shot a lot a lot of free throws probably. Uh huh. You know, and and any other thing joe is that we had tough coach is right. You had I think it was your coach was coach Bruno, right? And we had in football, you know my coach most of my wife's dad and that's how I met my wife was through him. But Uh he was divorced from his wife and she lived with her mom so I really didn't know her, but he was one of, he coached football for 42 years. We ran the wing t in high school and I never went through harder practice in my life than I did in high school. It was just like and you, I mean I think that's part of being tough to what what are coaches put us through and then they were mentors and I know your coach introduced you into the Hall of Fame which tell me a little bit about well going back through the lifetime, you know, I started with the home and how our family treated us and uh I can't put enough emphasis on what my high school coach, Larry Bruno brought to the table when he came to Beaver Falls high school in my junior year, uh, coach Bruno, he was, he was terrific. Let me just put it that way and we won the championship senior year. Coach Bruno was an all american football player himself a half half back to Geneva College and he ended up being selected to play in east west Shrine game. A lot of Geneva, that's pretty good, yeah man. And he was a magician too, you know, an average your magician and stuff and that's how we got the ball handling down and the deception in the backfield. People used to think the quarterback would make the big faith, but we had a fullback named Burt curse that er went on to Princeton and playboy Bert, he carried out here and get a pocket up like that and clamped down just boom, but I still had the ball, I just tucked it in there and he's the one that sold the faith. A lot of people think the quarterbacks are selling the face but they're running back and really yeah, man. And then I go to out of high school coach bruto, I get to go to meet and work play for coach paul bear Bryant at Alabama and I...

...had never even heard a coach Bryant before that I watched Alabama played Penn state In the Liberty Bowl like 59 or 60 and I think Alabama lost seven or nothing, but I like the way they played man and uh then I saw coach, Bryant what kind of leadership that I was there under and discipline, you know, coach brought on coach brian, if you want to play ball, you got to do the other things that like first and measure up to how they want to do it and then gus I get in the pro ball and I got, we've you bank who has already won a championship in the NFL was a paul brown pupil, I mean the football and she's guys, I was so lucky to have those kind of coaches, uh, even had even had a coach, lou holtz there for almost a full season. But what he did leave with me was, he was a brilliant coach. It just like coach Saban, maybe college football or pro sports was not their cup of tea, so to speak. And they go back to college and God, oh my, they just wonderful. Yeah, I had, I had Coach Saban as my coaching when I played for the dolphins. Okay, you know better than I do. Yeah, yeah, I mean, I'm not gonna say anything, but I understand what you're meaning like the pros probably weren't for coach Saban, but uh, definitely college, you know, it was, it was a little different uh, story for him. Obviously he's been super successful, your alma mater. Uh, but you know, those coaches, like I looked up, we view banks, you know, and I started like thinking in my head, he looks just like my high school coach. And like all these memories came flying back of high school and what harry did for us. Harry is a Hall of Fame coach in Pennsylvania, You know, he coached many kids and uh you know, and we didn't have a lot of athletes. I mean, I played football with 19 kids on my team, I don't know what it was like a Beaver Falls, but we didn't have like a crazy amount of athletes, but Man, everybody gave 100 well, we were lucky, you know, we had a little league team in Beaver Falls to, I mean, we'd go out and play Chip wall or Elwood City or someplace around there, but we were fortunate with the adults, they loved football, man, you know, just Being 28 miles from Pittsburgh Steelers. Uh we were big fans of the Steelers and the rooneys, of course, everyone uh the family, yeah, you know, that was the thing to about growing up is that we didn't have a lot of channels, but everybody on Sundays in the fall, we'd go play our football games in the winter. Um all of us, everybody from the whole town would come, we play football, but you had to be home by one to watch. That was always that was always the thing, I tell people that all the time, everybody would come and play football and then we just Had to be home by 1:00. You have to be, you had to go to church at eight after church going change football. Yeah, you just got back in my mind's eye man, sitting there with my dad seeing body lane in the Detroit lions playing in Chicago and I would call pass a run like I knew what I was doing right and just feel watching them, you know? But we watched religiously every week man. Oh it was great. So my dad was one of 15 kids, right, Joe. And and every Christmas it was like one day you go to one brother, sister's house, the next day would be the next. So you didn't have people just coming in your house all the time. So I remember when we go to their house and I just sit in front of tv and watch the game right? I wouldn't even care like well my one uncle had a lot of trains so I'd go look at all the trains he had in his basement. But then it was always watching football, you know, and for me it was like dan files, all these guys. It was, it was just football has always been in my blood, It was great. Beaver Falls High School, Geneva College, Pittsburgh Steelers man. When it was football season, we were took it in, it was wonderful. So I was pretty, you know when I started reading, I saw that you were thinking about Maryland as well. Like they recruited you pretty heavily. Yes, I really like Maryland. Uh they had a coach there named Tom Nugent who come in with an offense, he put the I formation and I believe while he was at florida state and he was just a Full of energy, I really liked him. It was close enough to home only 300 miles away that you know, you could get back and there was some western Pennsylvania guys there too. Old marty Schottenheimer, God bless him. Uh he left us too soon but he and I recruited together, that's...

...where I got to meet marty more Bettina from down in Aliquippa man. So I really like Maryland but I didn't measure up intelligence wise or college board scores, I messed up on the college board scores, I wasn't sharp enough and Coach Nugent I believe called coach Bryant at Alabama and told him that I was still out there. Alabama had sent two coaches to Beaver Falls during our basketball season. Coach Dude Hennessy and charlie Bradshaw was a coach, went on to be the head coach of Kentucky for a while too Well. These two coaches came, they came to talk to me and it was in the afternoon before basketball game and Gus, I couldn't understand them, that they really had the southern bro, you know, and I'm still waiting, first of all, it's basketball season. I want to focus on the basketball right? And so that's what transpired then And then I was getting recruited by other schools and traveling around. I end up signing with five different universities. You could do that at the time as long as they weren't in the same conference, right? So I just didn't, I wanted to play baseball, I really wanted to play baseball. And who is your idol in baseball Roberto clemente man standing man, usual I saw standing man one night step in the box and hit it out in the right field for field, hit a home run. But then at the bottom of the inning down long came up and their long it is eight straight game home run. Oh my gosh! Right after that. Yeah. My uncle joe used to take me up to the pirate games. Oh you got to go to Forbes Field. Oh yes, yes, yes, I did brody. You kidding Mazeroski. It was such a thrill comedian. Yeah. And play golf with billy and one of those football player. Yeah. Yeah. They're tournaments. Yeah. Oh yeah, that would be, that would have been a treat. I actually interned with the pirates after my senior year in college, back in Three rivers when it was three rivers and I loved it. Like I got to know everyone. I mean my dad used to fall asleep with a transistor radio on our glider on our porch. Listen the pirate games. Oh yeah, I hear you. I could see myself sitting right there beside the radio, right there beside the radio. Exactly. Milwaukee. And I think it was Elroy Face had a perfect game, gone For like 12 innings, 10 innings and the game ended up, I don't remember how it ended up sitting there just leaning against that radio as close as you could be. The so I wouldn't upset my mother who was messing around working, not working. Oh yeah, tonight the game will be playing. He'd fall asleep on the glider because he just worked double or something, you know, and I'd cover them up and go to bed if he'd sleep out there all night. I was just this kind of how we grew up, you know? And I, I just think like, I was just researching, you know, and thinking about where you grew up, where I grew up, how similar it was. Obviously I never won the championships. You did. Uh but uh, I think it's just amazing like kids from this area, all kind of were similar back in the day, like our dads were mill guys. And, and like if you were a kid that had any promise, you know, they didn't try to push you towards the meal. Like my dad, like most people went to PPG or Alger and I'm sure in your town a lot of people were meant to go to the steel mill. Yeah, but if you had some promise, the whole town kind of got around you. Is that, did you feel like that happened at Beaver Falls a little bit with you because you were such an incredible athlete. Oh yes, absolutely. And even falls, you know, the people, whether it's a ford city, whether it's been wherever other places man, they're proud of their players, their town, they want them to win. Yeah, they were for us all the time. And uh, when we even messed up off the field, sometimes the police force would say, you know, you, you gotta behave yourself. You got a game coming up friday night. You know, I was more afraid to go home to my dad than the police. Yeah. You know, we had a cold cellar. We have a whole selling on the basement. Yeah. You're just praying. Your mom didn't say anything to your dad, please. Yes. Yeah, because that wasn't good. Him working and coming home and have to take care of you too. But uh, you know, it's just those stories that pushed us through and then you get to Alabama, I went to Tulsa in Oklahoma. So I'm thinking like, God, you went too far away from home. I went far away from home where your town, your people couldn't come see you and...

...the media wasn't the same. You know, our games weren't televised. Like probably your games like Alabama played on national tv a lot, but that was probably a little different for you to explain that transition a little bit. Well, when I was a freshman in 61 at Alabama University won the National Championship, it was the first one coach Bryant had come to the university, I believe it was in 58 and uh, took them a couple of years to get things going. But the other thing about coach Bryant when he coached in Kentucky because he had to western pennsylvania quarterbacks there really veto Babe Perelli. Yeah. And George blander. Oh gosh, George coach Bryant, New Western pennsylvania. He knew football there and I just got to believe that because of George and babe coach Bryant took a chance on me and and coach Bryant also went to Maryland, his first year out of the military to coach. But going in as a freshman at Alabama, these guys, they expected to win. Yeah, I mean they were gonna win. Coach BRian was going to teach us and now he's gonna make us win. Exactly. So we did uh man my sophomore year, gus uh, we were undefeated number one in the country. We go over to Georgia tech and we end up losing over there 76. Then the next week we beat Auburn 38 nothing. Then we beat Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl 17, nothing. And one of the things Coach Bryant Coldest in our freshman meeting first class. He said, y'all y'all going to remember the losses more than you can remember wins and he is right boy, Some of those losses in that college career, just they were all, you know, we're playing under center, we feel like that, we didn't play our best and had, we would have probably won all four of those games, I just blame all the kickers for the game. Yeah, yeah, so like I could just imagine like when I went to Oklahoma, I had a lot of guys from Western P A down there went to Tulsa, right, we had a coach who was from Pittsburgh, who recruited our area. So I, I felt at home a little bit, my accent wasn't so far off because there are a lot of other people when you got to Alabama, I mean that draw down there is way different than Pittsburgh. How long did it take you to get used to that? Oh, uh a good while, I mean, I keep trying to listen and I didn't understand things, There was one player on our team who was a transfer from Heinz Junior College, he was a senior and when I was a freshman and he was from philadelphia, South philadelphia and he was the oldest player on the team to, so he communicated to me pretty well, uh Coach Bryant, I think coach Bryant let the team know that uh this yankee or these guys because they were still your yankee stuff man, you know, they could imagine, oh yes, you got a lot of players with different attitudes, got any team today, you see, so it wasn't comfortable to start out with uh they let you know where they were coming from. But I gotta believe coach brian helped out big time with uh letting them know that this is about us now football and uh because he did coach babe and and and uh he was he had a yankee accent. Yeah I got another one coming down. Yeah that was always tough. And then and then you go from Alabama which is your on the national stage. I went from Tulsa but I go to D. C. And you go to new york like those to me. I was like okay that's like new york. The media is crazy, huge D. C. The post and everything. I mean it was such a different something that I wasn't used to but I'm sure you had a little bit of that because you guys were winning all the time in Alabama. Well we were waiting but uh my first game as a sophomore gus we're playing Georgia at home with defending national champs And we went to game 31. Nothing in Birmingham. Yeah, we get in the locker room and sitting beside her, I'm sitting beside him. Our center and middle linebacker, Lee Roy Jordan great man and a great player boy. Uh if those guys come over and they start talking to me and all of a sudden Coach Brown comes up walking behind me pushing those guys out of the way he said get away from that popcorn kid, don't talk to the guys that did to win him. And then I said, Leroy hit me right across the chest. They just, boom, you don't know him yet buddy. You don't keep quiet. I started to take offense a...

...little bit or defend myself. Uh, man, we had, yeah, the media covered us of course. But coach Bryant was there and, and we learned, uh, um, I guess I never read about myself after college or whatever. If I did, I snuck it peaked and uh, I learned that it was either too good or too bad. Funky. And, and when it was really bad, I said, what am I putting myself through here? I know how we did. We did. I know it. So I just, I was lucky to not read about myself for years to this time. You know, I appreciate your story that's done whatever. And if my daughter gives it to me and said, look at this, I was a good one. But to keep myself sane and to keep my nervous system intact, I learned, I couldn't do that back. You know, from Cali john man, I, I just couldn't do that because I beat myself up. Well you would, because you feel like you played well. And then all of a sudden some reporter comes out and says, you didn't, you're like, what's he thought, you know what I mean? So you realize that you can't take any, you can't put any stock into what other people are saying, you have to look at yourself. Well, whether it was coach brian or coach brutal, what one of the coaches said, look, you read that stuff, it's either too good or it's bad. He said, you know, don't, don't, don't, you never played that good or that well and you haven't played that badly. So you know, don't do that. Don't follow that. We evaluate how you play here with the team. Yeah, yeah. So hey, everyone, we're talking with joe Namath, uh, from the Jets and also played for the rams one year. We'll get into that little bit, but joe, I appreciate you coming on. I, I want to thank you so much for sharing, taking some time and sharing your story. Uh, uh huh. Hey, how come up with us listeners? Manscaped. Well, they sent me, uh, they hooked me up with a bunch of tools and formulations for their package three point oh kit. So you know, I want to show you guys what's in the perfect package, right? We all think we got a perfect package, but they sent me the perfect package, three point Okay. And I want to show you what they sent me. So it was crazy. It came in this great box. Uh, you know it and you can see what it says, they will thank you because they sent us this awesome trimmer. They sent us, uh, you know, stuff that makes you smell better. And then, uh, you know, they sent me this great uh, boxers, what you get right, protect them. And then, uh, you know, they sent me this, cool it, you sack, I guess you want to call it to store all your stuff in. So, uh, it's been great. Manscaped sent me a bunch of product. Um, you know, and you know, you can see it all on here. Uh, you know, you can go to Manscaped dot com and put in the code. Uh Gus Frerotte, that's G. U. S. F. R. E R O T. T. E. Get 20% off and free shipping when you use that code. But you can get a kit, you can get individual items like uh, this way, cool rumor that has a little led light um, ceramic. These things come apart, they're waterproof, you can do a lot with them. So, you know, uh, Manscaped is great. You know, it's funny, uh, I remember when I was playing with the Denver broncos and I'm not going to mention any names, but there was a gentleman who was playing on our team and uh, you know, if he ever hears the story, you'll know exactly what I'm talking about. But uh, he brought his own clippers in one time and he used to trim his beard up his goatee and everything and he had him there for about two or three weeks and he goes in around the corner, he walks in, uh, and there's a person, another player, uh, that is actually manscaping with his beard trimmer. So, you know, one of the things is, you don't want to use the same trimmer down there that you use up here. So uh he kind of freaked out a little bit and he said, hey, how long have you been using that tool there? And he said, well, showed up here about three weeks ago and I've been using it ever since. So you know, there is a lesson learned that, you know, don't leave things out and probably if it would have just said manscaped on it, we wouldn't have had that issue, but it's probably one of the funniest, uh, taking care of your ball stories I've ever heard or been around in the locker...

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...became such a fan man. I'd be watching the Long island teams on television, you know, new york. Oh yeah, those, yeah kids were great. Lacrosse. Yeah. But it was just that thing about a guy with that, with that stick in his hand being able to whack somebody the way jimmy Brown used to play, you know, it's just uh well jimmy Brown is like you, he changed the rules about everything lacrosse. You know what I mean? Like he uh you know, he would just run, he just put that stick on his chest and run through people. Like I always said if we would have had the cross growing up, it would have been such a fun sport to play. You know, it was everything that we like. It was baseball, football, basketball's movement, passing, vision, hitting, you know, it was all of it. Yeah. Well I was never real keen on the hitting part are getting here, I should say. Uh So when people ask me what my favorite sport was, I tell him baseball and I like basketball. Uh it's not football. I said, well I love football. I didn't like to get hit, but football is a tough game tough, physically tough mentally and uh well I'm like you we all have knee issues and we have other injuries. Football takes its toll on your body all the time. And you when those rests weren't blowing the whistle is fast when you were getting it. You know, who is with different, no doubt, you know, the gang is better today than ever. The athletes are bigger, stronger faster and that's great. We've learned from yesteryear, just like these great coaches now, like Nick Saban, you know, he's learned from the coaches ahead of him, the paul Brown's or whatever you work with Belichick, two of Cleveland. You know, these uh they go back in history and they've learned from uh the Good Lord did a wonderful job with the animal we are, you know, physically mentally, but these bodies aren't designed to play that sport. Yeah, I heard a story about like you had like such an innovative knee surgery while you were playing, but you weren't quite under right and you had to show him where your knee was hurting or something, where your bone spur was during the surgery. Well, actually coming out of it going in, I didn't have a problem. Dr Nicholas knew where my problem was by moving it around until you go inside. And Dr Nicholas mentioned this to at the time until you go inside. You're not absolutely sure what Yeah, okay, you did where and uh we did the surgery when I woke up after the surgery, gus uh I had a cast on from my ankle to my thigh and standing next to my bed where it was my three brothers, my three older brothers. And dr Nicholas was down at the end of the bed. Yeah and I said you know I'm glad to see my brothers but I'm still a little bit foggy. Right Dr Nicholas started about exercise how we had to start working on the quadricep muscle. Help get the legs strong again and yes yes and he takes my leg and he picks it up by the hell and he has my right knee in the air, the right leg and he has to he said not joe we're going to start now. Oh yes sir yeah so we're gonna start now I'm gonna move my hand away from your heel and I want you to hold that leg up there. Well guys uh my three older brothers are standing there you know I had to really try man. Yeah I had to really try. I felt like that thing was bursting blowing out his hand away man I struggle and I'm shaking, I held it up a little while there and then I couldn't hold it anymore But if my three brothers hadn't been there I wouldn't last that long. Oh that's that's funny and you've played with I mean you played your career with a lot of injuries and I think in Super Bowl three you play with a broken thumb, is that right? Well it wasn't broken. We never did X ray to say well we didn't know what was wrong. Yeah, just hurt like hell. That's all I do things. He just didn't know it hurt. Yeah, I hadn't pulled back. I fell on it wrong but we didn't know the extent of it. I couldn't quite uh early on in a couple of weeks before, I couldn't quite put the kind of pressure with the hand, you know, with the thumb, maybe it would distract me, it would be back. And then in the game one time I end up bumping a helmet and had to come off the field for playing vito went in there man, my man veto loved him boy, he was a great...

...teacher babe. Perelli boy. Yeah, Yeah. So I think that we've all been through that and all the struggles that we went through growing up and you see our families, like you talk about it starts at home and toughness that well there are so many times when I would get hit and I'd be laying there and it would just hurt and I just think about my dad be like all I hear in my head was get your ass up off the ground, right? That was what I heard like and how it all started at home. Like we were talking about how many, what was that like? Because I mean I know you played through a lot in your career, A lot of injuries and all that. What was that? Did you have that voice in your head that was telling you that mm Starting with the Good Lord. Yeah. Giving me a chance to get back, forget to to go at uh I was very religious and still am. I knew I had to try, I knew I had to try. I didn't like the alternative. I wouldn't accept not doing it so to speak. You know, some people have injuries where they don't have a choice, you can't go on. But what I had with The knees and the hands shoulder, you know, three tour ligaments Picking up a middle linebacker on a six came from a 61 blitz up the middle man and just came clean and so I just relaxed and boy, first thing hit the ground was that right shoulder? That was three ligaments boy. But uh we were lucky. I was lucky. I look, I I followed your career guys. I don't know how man, I wouldn't have been able to make the transitions. I don't think that you were able to make uh see I didn't play for chuck Knox with the LAPD Los Angeles rams and I loved chuck and his wife Shirley man. I met him when he was a junior high basketball coach and l l really pennsylvania. Junior high basketball coach. Yes, yes and chuck. He went on of course to become head coach in pro ball. But he was also the offensive line coach of the new york Jets when they were recruiting me or talking to playing for him. So we had a few years together with the Jets and one of the things that I was kind of felt bad about the chuck, he left us, he moved on to a more paying job, you know better. I mean these guys weren't making a lot of money at all. Uh so chuck had moved right after our third year, maybe the Buffalo and we got joe spencer, which was a heck of an offensive line coach and we went to Super Bowl championship that year. So I wish chuck had been a part of that, he was a part of it, but he just wasn't there at that time. Yeah, well, you know, I think everybody moves on and that's the hardest part of sports, right? That you feel like. So like when I was in Washington I had, my quarterback coach was cam Cameron and cam and I were just in sync everything I knew, like he taught me so well and I respected him so much and then he moved on to take a head coaching job somewhere else and you feel like that it's probably like when you left, we've or when he retired right, you lose that part and you're trying to find it again. It's really hard to do. It is hard to do and if it were easy anybody could do it, you know, assignments in life. And because it's hard doesn't mean we won't try to do it man. Yeah, that's true, that's true. So I have question from a friend of mine, his name is steve buck and steve has been the voice of um Washington, their basketball team. You know, it's been, they've had a couple of names but I've known him since I played with the Redskins. So I was texting him the other day and tell them that you're gonna come on. He said oh my God joe is like one of the only guys he's interviewed son. He knows all the guys, sonny sam rigo who's a buddy of your, he knows them all. So I said what would you ask joe? And he said can you ask joe for me where he got the confidence to guarantee that they would win that Super Bowl. That's what I always wanted to ask him. And so that's my that's steve buck hands down in D. C. Wanted to ask you that question. If you don't think you can you want. That was one of the first things coach brian told us what we, what are we going to do? I was teed off actually but you know it didn't say anything because for two weeks because the media people were telling everything, you couldn't avoid seeing it or hearing it with links being the high number, you're an underdog like this and all uh and a guy again, this is in the Miami touchdown club banquet, I was leaving a thing. They recognized me. I was down there with our immediate director frank Ramos. God bless him boy, He's still around man. But frank and I...

...were down there and as I get up to the podium, a guy in the back of the Rubios, hey, we're going to kick your and I said, whoa, wait a minute. I've been listening to that for 23 weeks. I got news for you buddy, We're gonna win the game, I guarantee it. And I was, I was at him. You know, it wasn't like, oh, I'm telling the world this is a nice guy, right? There were, you know, and uh, well that, that's, that's whatever it came out and you can imagine gus, uh, what's the look on frank's face? Oh frank. I didn't look at frank, I didn't know, you know, frank knew me well enough. By that time though, this is my fourth year again guys, I had a lot of uh leeway and education from the president of the jet team. Initially a fellow named David, a Sonny Werblin now, Mr Werblin. Yeah, he was in show he was in a lot of businesses, but he and the gentleman Lew Wasserman had music corporation of America and had all these movie stars and everything and and the government said, you got to break up that conglomerate, whatever. Well, Mr Werblin ended up Coming back to Jersey is from Jersey and he's a brilliant man. And they found out that Harry Wismer and the Titans were for sale for $1 million. So Mr Werblin along before other guys put up 200 grand of peace and bought the Jets franchise. Mr Werblin literally said Stars sale tickets, I'm going to help you, joe, you're going to help us. This is together. He would get me on the Tonight show, he would he knew johnny Carson, you know, Freddy to quarter, but he knew the network leaders was an old Joel. Think of these things, you see Sonny Werblin and how he handled me those first three years to take me around Manhattan, two different restaurants, you know, the top spots introduced me to people like Considine, you know, you guys and uh he had more to do with that than I did, I could play and I wanted to play, but I was naive, I was ignorant to what really he was doing with knowing that he's helping me and I didn't realize it so much at the time, but I really learned to love the man and his wife and mr and mrs Werblin that they were the reason that I grew in new york and winning of course, got you know, Yeah, that helps everything right? Yes, absolutely. You went from, So Mr Werblin helps you go from Beaver Falls, joe to broadway, joe is what you're saying. Well, no doubt about it. Yes. Uh he again, if you think you can, you want and he he made things big, he got me opportunities and I got an education through those opportunities, didn't do all of the things uh as well as I would have liked to have done, but I did learn from so, you know, we keep trying to improve. Yeah, Yeah, I know exactly. And so he was a big, was he a big part of the merger of the NFL NFL merger? Because I know that's like there was a lot of like when you were going through that you were A. F. L. And then he'd go to the NFL and the NFL teams were giving you guys a lot of flak about, oh yeah, they're not real pros here in the NFL and then you guys come out and smack them, you know what happened? Uh We had five owners with the Jets. Mr Leon Hess, who is a wonderful man, he's not with us anymore, son Johnny is and his family but doesn't own the Jets at this time Johnny needed, had to had to sell. Uh he was looking to sell. Um Anyway Mr Hess and Mr Werblin had a disagreement and uh they got an envelope and put in what they paid for the other guy share and Mr Hess outdid Mr Werblin and Mr word and wasn't an owner when we went into that fourth season and won the Children, but we were still together as friends and mr to Mr hess would come to the hospital, not just when I was in there, but when every player we had was in there, he would go into the hospital visit with him, the hospital was on Park Avenue and that's where Mr Hess lived, It wasn't big, but it was awful nice to that man to show every player on that team that he cared for them and their families. So that was it was cool. Yeah. So, you know, I think about like every you want a championship at every level and you and I was thinking about what my friend Rick Giusto said to me about how you broke barriers, you're the first guy to win a championship in college and then go to the pros and win...

...a championship and you won one in high school as well, like there's not many people that can say those kind of things and then you broke so many other barriers in the NFL for future players, as far as pay goes as far as, you know, like what you're talking about with Mr Werblin, like just being out there and doing commercials and I think one of the biggest things I read about you that I was so impressed with was that you were the first guy that a man, a woman, a child could idolize in sports, you know what I mean? Like it wasn't just one or the other the other, it was everyone and you did such a tremendous job with all of that, you know, gus uh, I can't take much credit for any of that comes home first. Uh, our families taught us respect, respect people, no matter whether from what color they are, what religion they are, you treat people the way you want them to treat your own yourself. You know, you gotta have respect. Coach Brown was a very respectful man. I saw him go out, go out of his way. It's just the way he was to help people and respect people of color to you see, and then in the heart of dixie at the time, which was a different world. So well, the first black man didn't play at Alabama to what, 1970 I think something like that, I don't remember the exact year, but uh, but I think coach Bryant big saying all that, Oh yeah, absolutely had a big saying all that. He was, he was a strong man and he believed he had coached in the military as well and he had coached at the University of Maryland, which was, I believe integrated at the time, I'm not sure, but coach Bryant was around coaches that had coached integrated teams. Uh, it was crazy, you know, going back and they were talking about something now that we know is, wow, billy's archaic, you know, but having experienced that was a great education and also even going into pro football, Uh, you know, you got your on 16s or so or you know, maybe that was on two and profile, but we do know not every guy in the locker room is on the same page, everything with one another. And uh, there were times in the locker room where guys would get cranky or whatever and uh, you know, you try to be reasonable and if you just separate or something, you know, but work through it, we worked through it for the main goal, it's us the team together and I was fortunate again, starting at home with the right attitude to this day with the right attitude, man, God, the Good Lord's put a lot of us animals down here and it's your unhealthy for us to all get along together item with one another. Well, you know, one of my things when I was in the locker room, I thought it was so important that all good teams started in the locker room. You know, we, we all had good coaches, we all had great athletes on our teams, but the locker room was key and I did think sometimes that, you know, I go to the coach and we had, we had off season workouts and I'd say instead of today, can I take all these guys and can we go do this team building thing together, right? We'd go play paintball or we do something like that. It made us all closer and guys appreciated it and I also love playing pranks on people in the locker room on guys, I knew that wasn't gonna kick my butt, but I love doing that in the locker room. Like when Morten Andersen came to um Minnesota and he was our kicker, I was the holder that year. I had to learn how to hold for more than a left footed kicker, Hall of Famer the first day he's there, it's freezing out, I take his clothes and I put him in a little thing, a bucket of warm water and I freeze them and I put him back in his locker while he's in his special teams meeting and then he comes out and they were all frozen in his locker and he's like, you know, there's morton's been playing forever and he just yells my name across the locker room and it like broke the ice because he was new. We've been friends ever since then. And then I came out from my meeting and my locker was completely empty and my clothes were all frozen over the goalpost outside. So from that point on we were but but did you ever play any pranks on anybody in the locker room? Uh boy, you know, being a quarterback and a smaller guy than most of them, but being back to morton had what a wonderful character he is. I know him over the years just from getting together at these athletic events and stuff and he is a trip boy. I just think, yeah, yeah, he was great now and I think that, but like you said the locker room is so important and you...

...know, I was always, I love being in the locker room, getting to work early, seeing these guys come in, seeing their stories, we were all different. I was married, young young kids, I'd bring him in but it was just something about those are the things that you miss about playing the camaraderie to getting along or not getting along. It's an ongoing education, learning how to treat different personalities or be treated from different personalities place and ongoing education if you allow it to be. Yeah, I agree with that. I love that. I love the way you said that, I'm going to remember that and use that from now on. I appreciate that. Oh man, we live and learn, hopefully we keep growing, you know, hopefully. Uh, but uh, it's not a perfect world. Yeah. No, it's not. Last thing I want to ask you before we go here is that you know, I played football for 25 years straight through high school college and the pros, you played probably the same amount of time right from little, you know, midgets hallway on up and then all of a sudden when you're done, it's done and we don't get that excitement that experience anymore. How did you deal with that because you had some really highs in football and then, you know, so did, I was very lucky, very humbled for everything I got to do, but you just never get to do that again. And sometimes I search for, how do I get that back? You know, I was lucky enough to be around good people as I said, chuck Knox and he, and surely, uh, from Korea office pennsylvania body, uh, when I got out to the RAMs, I met a different set of people, so to speak. I had worked in a few movies prior to going out there and so that transition out there, I met a couple of people and had a couple of new opportunities and so I took some risks. I wanted to learn some things. Voice teacher to this day. I remember my first musical that I did, I couldn't sing a lick, I don't know from singing to this day, I can swing a little bit because of what he taught me. So, being on stage and always, kind of feeling on stage as a gemini when I'm on the field or whatever I know I'm performing and there's a side of me that knows I'm on stage and I'm performing with and for the people and that's a kind of a pressure. It's a thrill, you know, when we do it. Well, it is great, We don't feel good about it, but we don't quit. We don't, you know, you go back after because you appreciate that opportunity and you enjoy it. I enjoyed it so much. So I had a chance to exercise, Still being on the field, whether it be the boards or in the theaters, you know, and that test, uh, time to go out there, you know, the heart starts beating you back behind curtains and then you know, you start getting excited and getting the adrenaline rush for several years in that area. It was a blessing and it wasn't because I thought about it, it was someone else thought about it. I think it's so right. Like it's an adrenaline rush. It's the butterflies that you missed before the game. The first snap, your understand, you know what I mean? Like you're playing a tough defense and you're like, oh man, this is gonna be a heck of a game. You get the first snap or the first hit. Like those things like I think what you're saying is right, like you get to go out and you want to perform, but like that you'll never, you know what I mean? Like sometimes you just want somebody to hit you and say, okay, I'm ready, let's go. Goes that first game when I was a sophomore starting against Georgia. Yeah, we didn't score on the first drive or whatever and I came over and I, I was nervous, I swear, I've never been, I never felt that kind of pressure before, nervousness, whatever. Uh leaving the locker room going down the ramp man. My head was pounding. It hurts so bad. I was so tense every my head was pounding and we got down at the bottom of that runway and started to go on the field of the dad gum million dollar Alabama band started playing dixie. You're talking about getting fired up and going out there, you know? And minute well first quarter I'm not playing well And I come off the field and I throw my helmet down under, under the bench there and I sit down and coach brian comes over, he sits down beside me. He puts his hand up on the back of my neck here and he starts...

...squeezing my neck. Yeah boy, if you ever come off the field like that again, I'm gonna kick your ass back to pennsylvania for you know it. And I turned, I said coach, I'm not pissed off at you or anybody else. I'm pissed off of myself. And he just looked at okay. And he got up and left, man. Whoa boy. But that was the truth. I was frustrated. I was angry at myself man. And uh, again we went out there and and we won that game. That boy pressure. It's fun. That's the adrenaline we get it is it's so much fun. And then when we have a chance to get feedback that is literally people are smiling enjoying hell, please everybody. We're never going to please everybody, you know that but we'll give it a shot. Right. Exactly. Exactly. So joe tell us what you're like what charity is what you're doing now. If our fans can follow anything or donate to anything that you're doing. You know I've been living down here in southeast Florida for the same house for 31 years now and I've been blessed with two daughters that are healthy and they both have three Children uh Olivia to be special. They have a 14 year old girl, six year old boy and a two year old daughter. And Jessica initial. I have a 10 year old daughter uh four and a five. He'll be five in september and uh seven months old and you want this whole last two years guys you know with this covid stuff Jessica and those three grandchildren live next door to me. So lucky I'm like every day and I've been following the guidelines that the C. D. C. Has to say. I got to believe what dr Fauci says and I want, yeah I believe that. So I haven't been traveling. I've made one trip Since December of 19. I left town once and uh one airplane ride since. Well that's probably the first time. Like when was the last time you can say that you've done that. Like you probably now you've probably traveled so much in your lifetime is probably good just senior year in high school. You know we got recruited then we started traveling and since that time on. No, but uh december 8th of 19 man, I got back here to to home and hadn't traveled until uh this past july, I believe it was, it's july when there was a calming down before this Delta had come up and I've been vaccinated and all. I was uh went up to present an award at the espys in new york, you know, fly in, stayed in the hotel man and did it. And the guy I'm in and out. Yeah, but you could have just used a hologram of you like at the Hall of Fame when you come out in the locker room. Oh yeah, Favorite things. I love. I I go when I take people over because you know, we're in Pittsburgh, we're not that far. And I said you got to see joe come out in the holographic image. It is so cool in that locker room at holiday. You say, that's a wonderful spot man. I guess I talked to David baker Two days ago, three days ago when I decided I can't go because again with grandchildren that are under 12 and haven't been vaccinated. I'm with every day and you know, you can contract, you can get the virus and NBA symptomatic and even pass it on. Right? So uh I I'm going to have to use you as the P. S. A. For all this because my son's interning at the Hall of Fame and he's over there right now. He's the one like if you would have shown up, Gabe would have been the one driving you around in a golf cart. Oh man. Forget, yes, I'll see him. I hope lovely. Great. He loves it. He's having such a good time over there. It's wonderful of those people do a great job there. And then being around the team mates of yesteryear guys. You appreciate what they've done anybody. I mean that, you know, I don't know if either one of us know the odds on playing professional football from uh high school lawn and then to play as long as you did in professional football or you know what? Well, I don't know if it would have happened if it wasn't for people like you changing the game and paving the way, so I want to thank you for that because you're the idol. You were the guy that made so...

...many kids want to play the game. So thank you. Well, thank you Gus and I hope you and I can get together again during the season maybe, man. Yeah, that'd be great. Talk again. Yeah, we'll go to a Jets game when they're when they're eight. No, wow. I uh, may be over. But uh, but you know what, I don't know, I guess this is probably odds on Kansas City maybe be at eight. No, at one point way, not even have we got plans all over on that bed in Vegas would probably, and if it happens would probably win you. That's right. You know, uh, I yeah, you know how hard it is to win, man. Competition is keen. Yeah. Well, I hope they're young quarterback and can play pretty well. Uh, there's not one out there, you know, for the last 30 years. It couldn't play pretty well. You know, you're right. Yeah. Hey man, yeah, it's been a tough place, but Joe. I want to thank you. If you can hang on for a second, I'm going to close the show and just talk to you off the air for two seconds after we're done. All right. Thank you. Yes. All right. Hey everyone. I want to thank you for joining me in the huddle up with Gus what a special show today. Um, I want to thank all of our sponsors and, and, and really thank you joe for coming on and sharing your story. Uh, just somebody who grew up, like I grew up and, and we got to do the same job, which is incredible. And joe thank you so much. Thank you to all our sponsors sounder. I want to thank 16 31 digital news and don't forget to go to Vegas sports advantage, joe And I were just talking about it. Go place that bet was Vegas sports advantage for the jets to be eight. No, and you might win some money. So they'll help you out use huddle up. That's my code and save 25%. So thanks everyone for joining us. What a great show. And we'll see you next time. And that's a wrap sports fan. Thanks for joining in the fun at the 60 31 digital studios for another actually, huddle up with Gus featuring 15 Year NFL quarterback Gus, parent huddle Up with. Gus is proudly produced by 1631 digital media and is available on apple music.

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