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Duron Carter, Nate Montana, sons of former NFL stars getting a shot at pro football

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The NFL is giving the sons of Chris Carter and Joe Montana a shot to become stars in the league where their dads starred.

Duron Carter, an undrafted 6-foot-5, 205-pound wide receiver and son of 2013 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee Chris Carter, has signed a contract with the Minnesota Vikings.

Chris Carter played 15 years in the NFL as a possession receiver.

Joe Montana’s son, Nate Montana, also a quarterback, has been invited to the San Francisco 49ers upcoming rookie camp. The 23-year-old had a good showing earlier in April at the team’s local pro day.

Joe Montana played 17 years in the NFL.


Lineman Carter signs with Tressel and Buckeyes

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Cleveland John F. Kennedy High School offensive lineman Chris Carter, has signed a national letter-of-intent to attend Ohio State University.

The 6’6, 350-lb. offensive guard who led JFK into the Division II playoffs, was selected as the Senate League’s Most Valuable Player while playing for head coach Scott Wodtly. A first-team all-Senate League, all-region, and second team all-Ohio honoree, he was named to the Cleveland Plain Dealer’s Top 20. Carter was also a letterman in weightlifting and track and field.

The student government president at Kennedy, and a member of the Army JROTC, peer tutoring program, 100 Kennedy Men, and Students of Promise. He is the son of Christopher and Arnetress Carter.

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HUMANITARIAN BOWL: Northern Illinois caps big season with win over Fresno State

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The Mid-American Conference West Division champion and league runner-up, Northern Illinois finished up the 2010 season at 11-3 with a 40-13 defeat of Fresno State in the Humanitarian Bowl in Boise, Idaho.

Quarterback Chandler Harnish ran for two touchdowns and threw for another in the victory.

The Huskies were relentness throughout the game, scoring seven of their first eight possesions.


* Northern Illinois lost the in the Mid-American Conference championship game to Miami of Ohio and lost their head coach Jerry Kill to Minnesota all in a 48 hour period.

* The Huskies had won nine consecutive games and had a season-high ranking of #23 in the USA TODAY Coaches Poll before losing to Miami 26-21.

* NIU said goodbye to 21 seniors after the bowl game.

* The Huskies’ Charlie Spann was named the Mid-American Conference offensive player of the year, averaged 99.5 yards a game with 20 touchdowns, which tied for second most in the country.

* Ranked seventh in the nation in rushing at 264.8 yards a game.

* Charlie Spann had scored a rushing touchdown in 10 consecutive games before the streak ended against Miami.


*The Bulldogs, in their 14th season under head coach Pat Hill, played in their 11th bowl game in the last 12 years.

* The Bulldogs finished the season at 8-5 with wins over Cincinnati and Illinois and losses to three ranked teams in Boise State, Hawaii and Nevada.

* QB Ryan Colburn threw for 304 yards in a 25-23 win over Illinois in the regular season finale.

* RB Robbie Rouse, who battled injuries all year, had four consecutive 100-yard games earlier in the season, a stretch that included the first back-to-back 200-yard rushing games in Fresno State history.

* Fresno State’s defense is one of the best in the nation, placing in a sixth-place tie nationally with 37 sacks.

* DE Chris Carter was named the team MVP in a vote by his teammates. A senior, he had a team-high 11 sacks and 18 1/2 tackles for loss while also forcing four fumbles.

compiled from staff, Mid-American Conference, Northern Illinois & Fresno State news