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Rudy Ruettiger shares insight on being a walk-on, getting his movie made and Joe Montana

The subject of one of the most iconic sports movies of all time is coming to Reno. Notre Dame legend Rudy Ruettiger, who walked-on for the Irish during one of the most successful eras in their program's history, will be speaking at the Northern Nevada Italian Association Fundraiser on Thursday. Before heading to Reno, he joined NSN Daily on Tuesday to talk with Kirsten Moran to discuss why he's coming.
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THAT TIME WE ALMOST DRAFTED JOE MONTANA

Chicago with an All-Star caliber Super Bowl contender QB is like Aaron Rodgers with a shred of decency, it's never been seen before. Some arguments can be made, especially for some of the pre-NFL QBs we had. In fact, our last first-team All-Pro QB was Johnny Lujack back in 1950!
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Joe Montana Is Trending Following The Tom Brady News

On Tuesday, FOX Sports announced that Tom Brady will eventually be its lead analyst for its NFL coverage. The legendary quarterback has reportedly signed a 10-year, $375 million deal with the network. Following this announcement, former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Joe Montana started trending on Twitter. That's because NFL fans...
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Joe Montana Retires

On April 18, 1995, legendary San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Joe “Joe Cool” Montana retired from the sport of football. Montana walked away from the sport as a four-time Super Bowl champion, three-time Super Bowl MVP, two-time NFL MVP, eight-time pro bowler, five-time all-pro and is widely considered one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time.
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Guinness Ambassador Joe Montana, Diageo Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at NYSE

Guinness Ambassador and Pro Football Hall of Famer Joe Montana and Diageo CEO Nuno Teles got to ring the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange to celebrate the St. Patrick’s Day holiday for the first time in two years. "We're just happy to be out here celebrating today. not only St. Patrick's Day, but the ability for all of us to get together again, right, and be able to celebrate St. Patrick's Day," said Montana. And with March 17th being the biggest day of the year for the Guinness brand, it comes amid supply chain woes. "Well, there's a high demand and with high demand, we need to really go and be more creative in the way we manage the supply," Teles said. "So we have been able to allocate product, making sure that everyone has what they need to go through this important period of the year, which is St. Patrick's."
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Roger Craig’s Hall of Fame case according to 49ers legends Joe Montana, Steve Young, Jerry Rice, and others

He was known for his high-knee running style, tireless work ethic, team-first mentality, big eyes, and an even bigger heart. He is also known as one of the greatest running backs from the decade of the 1980s. Roger Craig made a huge mark on the San Francisco 49ers, and the NFL. In 1985, Craig became the first player in NFL history to have 1,000 yards rushing and receiving in the same season. He was a three-time Super Bowl Champion, played in five NFC Championship Games, and was the first player in league history to score three touchdowns in one Super Bowl (Super Bowl XIX).
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Joe Montana is still the ultimate winner

SAN FRANCISCO – Inside Joe Montana’s office sits a box full of helmets waiting to be unpacked. “We give these to our companies when they hit a billion dollars. We have 22 of them right now.” These days, Montana is quarterbacking a venture capitalist firm called Liquid 2 Ventures. So how exactly did the three-time […]
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In docuseries, Joe Montana recalls how he forced 49ers to trade him to the Chiefs

After missing the 1991 season because of an injury, and playing part of one game in 1992, Joe Montana’s time with the 49ers had come to an end. The Peacock docuseries “Joe Montana: Cool Under Pressure,” recounted how two teams were eager to land the two-time MVP: the Chiefs and Cardinals, who at that time were called Phoenix.
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Joe Montana Sparks Debate With Tom Brady Comment: Fans React

With seven Super Bowl rings and a number of National Football League passing records, the majority of the football world can agree that Tom Brady is the GOAT. Joe Montana isn’t ready to go there, though. The legendary San Francisco 49ers quarterback was asked by The Spun this week...
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Joe Montana Says Tom Brady's 'Crazy' To Retire, Predicts QB Will Return

Joe Montana says he doesn't believe Tom Brady's career is over just yet ... telling TMZ Sports he thinks there's a good chance the quarterback returns. The original G.O.A.T. explained his theory to us at the Fanatics event in Los Angeles on Saturday night ... saying he believes Brady is "crazy" to hang up the cleats right now.
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Joe Montana Talks Tom Brady's Retirement: 'I Don't Think It's Done Yet'

Add Joe Montana to the list of people who aren't buying into Tom Brady's retirement. The Pro Football Hall of Famer told TMZ Sports he doesn't think Brady is truly ready to hang up his cleats yet. "Look at the team he's got, why would you want to leave that?"...
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Joe Montana Headlines Notre Dame Impact on Super Bowl

Notre Dame has 45 former players who have gone on to win Super Bowl rings, after this Sunday, there will be 46. 2021 draftees WR Ben Skowronek (Rams) and DE Khalid Kareem (Bengals) will both suit up for the game this Sunday. One will win a ring, both will join a group of former Notre Dame players and coaches that have had a profound impact on the 55-year history of the Super Bowl.
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