Tulane QB Nick Montana Spikes Ball on Fourth Down to Force Turnover On Downs

Tulane quarterback Nick Montana, son of NFL Hall of Famer Joe Montana, has taken over the starting role for the Green Wave, but he made one of the biggest mistakes a QB can make today against UCF.

He had Tulane driving and was trying to set up a field goal before the halftime, and with no timeouts, had to spike the ball to stop the clock.

Apparently, Montana thought he had five downs to work with.

The spike forced a turnover on downs for Tulane, stopping what could've been a momentum-grabbing drive for the Green Wave.

Safe to say, Montana's going to have some explaining to do during film study this week.

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