NEW ORLEANS (AP) Not long after Nick Montana pulled off his helmet, he was approached by fans who'd descended from the stands after Tulane's recent spring game, hoping to meet the new quarterback with the famous last name and familiar face.
"You look like your dad," one said, and Montana produced polite smile and nodded, as if he'd heard that countless times before.
He signed his name to a white-and-green Tulane jersey worn by a young boy. An adult fan then pulled out a couple of Joe Montana football cards, asking for signatures on those as well. Again, the son of the Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback obliged.