Before there was Joe Burrow, there was Hawaii quarterback Colt Brennan. Until 2019, Brennan held the college football single-season TD record with 58 during his unforgettable 2006 campaign.
While Brennan will remain in the hearts of college football fans forever, some sad news was passed along on Tuesday. Colt Brennan was found dead at just 37-years-old.
— Stephen Tsai (@StephenTsai) May 11, 2021
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Hawaii news now reported that the details of Brennan’s death were not immediately available, but he was believed to be at a California rehab facility at the time of his passing.
Colt Brennan was drafted in the sixth round by Washington in 2008, but made stints in Oakland, the United Football League, Canadian Football League and Arena Football League during his professional career.
During his time at Hawaii, Colt Brennan was a Heisman Trophy finalist, and still holds the FBS record for highest completion percentage.
RIP to a Hawaii legend.