Could Nick Montana transfer if he plays well?

Nov 18, 2011, 12:42 PM | Updated: 2:12 pm

By Michael Simeona

Washington quarterback Nick Montana, Joe’s son, will get the first start of his career this weekend against the Oregon State Beavers as Keith Price recovers from multiple injuries. Head coach Steve Sarkisian indicated this week that they want to get Price fully healthy before they have him play again this season.

But what happens if Montana plays extremely well against Oregon State?

Montana, a redshirt freshman, has three years of collegiate eligibility left but may have to sit behind Price – a redshirt sophomore – for possibly two more years.

Could Montana potentially transfer if he leads the Huskies to a dominating win over the Beavers?

Mike Salk of the Brock & Salk Show discusses in his latest show wrap video:

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