Joe Montana’s Son One of 44 People Arrested at Notre Dame Party

It’s a dangerous time of year for college football players. That time on campus just before football season starts. It’s one of our busiest times of year here in at BadJocks.

The boredom of college life during the summer months has just struck the Notre Dame campus in South Bend and one of the victims this time was none other than a young quarterback named Nate Montana. Yep, that’s right, he’s the boy of former Irish great and current shoe peddler Joe Montana.

Here’s more from ESPN:

The son of former Notre Dame standout Joe Montana was among 11 Fighting Irish athletes arrested on misdemeanor charges of underage drinking at a party Friday night.  A total of 44 people were arrested after city police responded to a call about a fight near a roadway and discovered the party, said St. Joseph County Police assistant chief Bill Redman.

Two non-athletes face a misdemeanor charge of providing alcohol to minors. The arrests were handled by state excise police, who didn’t immediately return a message seeking comment on Saturday.  The most recognizable athletes arrested were Nate Montana, a walk-on who was the backup to starter Dayne Crist coming out of the spring, and Tim Abromaitis, the second leading scorer on the Irish basketball team at 16.1 points a game last season.