Colt Brennan, the Hawaii football legend and former Heisman Trophy finalist, has passed away at age 37, according to reports.
Reports began surfacing on social media surrounding Brennan’s passing, though very few details are available at this time.
However, Hawaii News Now reports “Brennan is believed to have been at a rehabilitation facility in California at the time of his death.”
— Ian Scheuring (@IanScheuring) May 11, 2021
During his time at Hawaii, Brennan broke multiple school and NCAA records thanks to the Rainbow Warriors’ high-flying attack and finished third in Heisman voting to Tim Tebow and Darren McFadden in his final season.
Brennan finished his college career with 14,193 yards passing, 131 touchdowns, and 42 interceptions. On the ground, Brennan added 547 yards and another 15 touchdowns.
Our deepest condolences go out to Brennan’s family and friends during this incredibly difficult and tragic time.
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