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Irish Insights

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Unhappy Joe

Joe Montana is not happy with his alma mater.

The former Notre Dame star and NFL Hall of Famer took a shot at the university while speaking at a luncheon at the Rochester (N.Y.) Riverside Convention Center.

After telling an audience member that it was the wrong time to ask him if he would ever consider the athletic director or coaching position with the Irish, Montana expressed his displeasure with how his son, Nate, was treated.

Nate Montana transferred to the University of Montana last winter after being a little used backup quarterback with Notre Dame.

"What happened with my son and the reasons for leaving Notre Dame shouldn't happen to any kid," Montana said, according to the Democrat and Chronicle.

"At this point in time, it's hard to be in their corner."

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