Joe Montana’s son, Nate Montana, decided to transfer from Notre Dame and go to the University of Montana to play some good ol’ Montana-Montana football. Montana’s Montana’s going to Montana. Montana. You know when you say a word enough, you start to analyze it and realize how funny it looks? It’s not happening yet, but it will after reading the rest of this post.
University of Montana athletic director Jim O’Day confirmed to the Missoulian Monday night that Nate Montana, son of NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana, has enrolled at the University of Montana.
“He’s enrolled as a student, and he started classes today,” O’Day said. “Then I would assume he’s a walk-on, because we have no (scholarship) aid as of this semester.”-Billings Gazette.
I wonder what the university’s pitch consisted of. “Hey Nate, it’s basically meant to be, bro. It was predestined to happen, so you might as well embrace it. Besides, you can pull in basically any girl here if you convince them you own the damn place. Yeah, they’ll be drunk enough.”
No word on what will happen to Hannah, Nate’s sister, and whether or not she will leave the University of Skank-Ass-Hoes to join her brother. They’ve got a great business program.
In all seriousness, Montana sucks. What’s up there besides crappy land and bears that want to eat you? The only place more seemingly desolate and depressing than you is Wyoming. That’s the most exciting thing between you two states: which one sucks less. You make me grateful I live in New Hampshire.