Nate Montana, the son of former Notre Dame football stand out with their friends the athletes from Ireland, was arrested for drinking at a party Friday night. Two people were arrested for providing non athlete come to those who drink alcohol are still under age.
Nate Montana is most commonly known athletes, walk-on who is a provision for Dayne Crist starter out of spring. Montana spent last season as a backup at Pasadena City (Calif.) College. Then Tim Abromaitis, the second top scorer in the Irish basketball team in the game 16.1 points last season.
Some incoming freshmen are expected to compete with Nate Montana for second place when practice begins No next month. The other athletes who were arrested are wide receiver Robby Toma and Tailer Jones, linebacker Steve Filer, kicker Nick Tausch, corner back Lo Wood, and offensive linemen Chris Watt and Tate Nichols, a freshman point guard Eric Atkins signed, and signed hockey goalkeeper Steven Summerhays.
Comment of Coach Brian Kelly
Most of those arrested have been released on $ 150 bond, said St. Joseph County Assistant Chief Constable Bill Redman. If convicted, each of which threatened the maximum penalty of 30 days in jail.
Notre Dame and coach Brian Kelly had a brief comment on the situation, said Brian Hamilton Chicago Tribune that they were aware of this problem and will deal with internal discipline. Basketball coach Mike Brey has released a similar statement.
There is some precedent here as a former Irish quarterback Jimmy Clausen caught in the year 2007, while a minor to transport people who buy alcohol at liquor stores.
Nate Montana with full name Nathaniel Joseph Montana, born on October 3, 1989. He is a college football player quarterback for Notre Dame Fighting Irish. He moved to Pasadena City College in the year 2009, before transferring back to Notre Dame Football in 2010. He is the son of Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana.