Oh, and freshman hockey player Steven Summerhays was busted too.WNDU reports that South Bend Police responded to a complaint and later had to call in the Indiana State Excise Police when they realized a number of the partiers were under 21.There is no official word if all 43 arrests were for underage drinking.
Personally, I say let ’em off with a slap on the wrist – they’re only Irish after all.
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Known for being cool under pressure, Montana threw for 40,551 yards and 273 touchdowns in his storied career, making the Pro Bowl eight times and winning back-to-back MVPs in 19.
But he really separates himself from the pack with his postseason play.
Montana began earning a reputation with a game-winning, 92-yard drive in Super Bowl XXIII and would proceed to go four-for-four in the big game (including three MVPs) with a QB rating of 127.8.Now, let’s just agree those two years with the Chiefs never happened, OK? The Mexican American stud plays the hilarious Joe "Johnny" Tuturro on USA Network's new hour-long drama series, which follows a group of undercover agents from various United States law enforcement agencies (including the DEA and the FBI).43 people were arrested in South Bend Friday night after police broke up a party on Washington Street and determined a number of those drinking were under the legal drinking age. joseph County jail overnight were eight Notre Dame football players, including quarterback Nate Montana, son of NFL Hall of Famer (and Notre Dame alum) Joe Montana!In addition to backup QB Jo Mo Jr., police nabbed incoming freshman CB Lorenzo Wood, sophomore OG Chris Watt, incoming freshman WR Roby Toma, sophomore K Nick Tausch, incoming freshman WR T. Jones, junios OL Steve Filer and incoming freshman Tate Nichols.The much-maligned Fighting Irish football program wasn’t the only team to donate men to the prison as senior forward Tim Abromaitis and incoming freshman Eric Atkins of the basketball team were also tossed in the pokey.