Notre Dame: Nate Montana, 10 Other Athletes Arrested on Drinking Charges

James WalkerAnalyst IIJuly 17, 2010

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CA - OCTOBER 30: (L-R) Joe Montana, Jennifer Montana and Nick Montana #10 stand for a celebration picture during halftime of the game against Oak Park on October 30, 2009 in Westlake Village, California.  (Photo by Jacob de Golish/Getty Images)
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A total of 11 Notre Dame Fighting Irish student athletes, including Nate Montana—son of former Notre Dame and San Francisco 49ers great Joe Montana—were arrested Friday night for misdemeanor underage drinking.

Also included was Notre Dame basketball player Tim Abromaitis, the team's second leading scorer last season.

A total of 42 people were arrested according to a St. Joseph Country sheriff's spokesman.

Other Notre Dame players included in the arrests were WRs Robbie Toma and Tai-ler Jones, LB Steve Filer, CB Lo Wood, offensive linemen Chris Watt and Tate Nichols, and K Nick Tausch.

Welcome to Notre Dame, Brian Kelly. Let's see how the coaching staff of the teams that are affected handle this controversy.