Being Joe Montana’s son can’t be easy. Being Joe Montana’s son while enrolled at Notre Dame is definitely not easy. For that reason, you have to feel a bit sorry for Nate Montana after he was one of 44 people arrested following a party near the Notre Dame campus. Lil’ Montana was arrested for underage drinking — a misdemeanor charge.
The other big name arrested was Tim Abromaitis, a 6-foot-8 forward on Notre Dame’s basketball team. Abromaitis is expected to be the team’s leading scorer next season.
As for Nate Montana, before this incident, he was penciled in as the backup quarterback behind Dayne Crist. Nate is 6-foot-5, 185 pounds and went to school at De la Salle Institute in Concord, California. To get out of jail, lil’ Montana had to post $150 bond. He’ll likely just get fined for the incident, although technically he could face up to 30 days in jail.
Brian Kelly, the new Notre Dame football coach, hasn’t said if Montana will be punished for his actions.