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Joe Montana’s son spikes the ball on 4th down (Video)

Many great players have sons but Joe Montana’s might be better off as an accountant or a policeman. Today Nick his son from Tulane spiked the ball on fourth down, turning the ball over. This is not what you would expect from a Hall of Famer’s son….. Do you follow the NFL Draft? If so […] The post Joe Montana’s son spikes the ball on 4th down (Video) appeared first on NFL Draft Diamonds.
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WATCH: Joe Montana’s Son Spikes Ball on Fourth Down

Sometimes that apple doesn’t necessarily fall close to the tree. Nick Montana, who is the starting quarterback for Tulane and the son of former San Francisco 49ers star Joe, pretty much pulled the biggest fail you will see on the football field on Saturday. If you don’t believe me, check it out. Yes, that’s Nick spiking the ball late in the second quarter on fourth down. Tulane...
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What?! Joe Montana's son spikes ball on fourth-and-one for Tulane

Playing quarterback carries with it plenty of pressure. Playing quarterback and being Joe Montana's son? Now, those are tough shoes to fill. With starting QB Tanner Lee nursing a shoulder injury, senior Nick Montana got the start for Tulane Saturday vs. UCF. At the end of the first half, though, he made a play that was very "un-Montana-like." Apparently losing track...
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Tulane QB Nick Montana, Joe Montana's son, spiked ball on 4th forcing turnover on downs

Tulane quarterback Nick Montana, Joe Montana's son, spikes the ball on fourth down to force turnover on downs as the 2nd quarter expires. Tulane trails UCF 13-3. [SB]Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return Home
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VIDEO: Joe Montana fires up San Francisco Giants crowd before Game 5

San Francisco knows how to bring out celebrities.  So far this postseason, we’ve seen Tony Bennett, Barry Bonds, Journey’s Steve Perry, and now Joe Montana.  Before the last NLCS home game in San Francisco, the former 49ers 4-time Super Bowl Champion QB and Hall of Famer took a moment to get the crowd going (via San Francisco Giants Vine) One might wonder where Montana’s...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Niners Owner cried like a baby after saying farewell to Candlestick

In 2014 the San Francisco 49ers will unveil Levi’s Stadium, their new, modern home. They extinguished the flame at Candlestick one last time Saturday during the Legends of Candlestick game. And they did it in impressive fashion: Joe Montana hit owner Eddie DeBartolo for a touchdown to give the 49ers team a 45-40 victory over […] The post Former Niners Owner cried like a baby...
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July 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Montana thinks Seahawks could become dynasty

Seattle Seahawks fans may not have any love for the San Francisco 49ers, their players, or their history, but it would be silly to discount the legacy of Joe Montana. For over a decade Montana was the most dominant quarterback in the NFL, leading the 49ers to four Super bowl wins. Along the way he collected over 35,000 passing yards, 244 touchdowns, eight pro bowl nominations, and...
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June 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Montana questioned by FBI over state senator scandal?

Joe Montana is a legend. The former 49ers quarterback will go down in history as one of the greatest quarterbacks to ever play the game. There is only one thing that might--and I mean might--tarnish the glow around Joe's halo--scandal.You know, the kind that brings the FBI around asking questions.Joe Montana has been questioned by authorities in connection with the sting operation...
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May 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Montana rips San Francisco for letting the 49ers leave

Former 49ers Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana was asked about his thoughts on his former team leaving San Francisco for Santa Clara. “I understand people’s concern about them leaving San Francisco,” said Montana, via CSNBayArea.com. “I don’t think there was not enough of an effort by people in power at the time to try to keep them there. To me, they made a terrible...
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October 26, 2013  |  Discuss

Joe Montana says the new 49ers could not beat his 89 team.

The San Francisco 49ers  are a proud fraternity of players that have been to the very top of the NFL mountain top. On Sunday they will attempt to capture their sixth title, yet perhaps the team’s greatest player of all Joe Montana  does not feel that this current group could stack up against his team that got it done in 1989. Please Click Here To Read This Story The post Joe...
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February 02, 2013  |  1 Comment
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