Saturday night, for the first time in 10 years, the Tulane Green Wave are participating in a bowl game as they take on the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns in the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl. What makes this trip even more significant is that they were led there by a quarterback with a rather famous last name, Nick Montana, son of Hall of Famer Joe.
So far, though, Nick has been playing like anything but what his old man did, and that was evident early on.
Already down to the Ragin’ Cajuns 14-0, Montana dropped back to throw and he found a wide open man. Well, to be more specific, he found a wide open man from the opposite team:
Corey Trim from Louisiana-Lafayette was able to step right in front of the throw and take it 82 yards to the house to give his team a 21-0 lead early in the game on the Green Wave.
Since this, Montana has been taken out of the game and has been replaced. Not the good start that everyone was looking for.
[H/T] SB Nation