The tragic news struck the Alabama Crimson Tide this morning with the news on the passing of former Crimson Tide player Jeremy Nunley.

Nunley played on the 1992 National Championship team under Coach Gene Stallings. His former teammate Antonio Langham joined The Game with Ryan Fowler to share his thoughts of Nunley the man, rather than the player we all knew and loved.

"We can always brag about what a man is on the football field, because we know what type of competitor he was on the football field," Langham said. "When he met you, he could bring you a smile on your face, he could be the guy that could have fun with you, he was the guy that made you feel welcomed when he was around you. If there's anything I could do, or could put on his headstone, I would love to see on there 'second to none' because he was one of a kind."

For more of Langham's comments on Nunley and also he thoughts on coaching and playing under Nick Saban, make sure you watch the video above the article. Don't miss The Game with Ryan Fowler weekday afternoons from 2-6 p.m.

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