Colt Brennan, the record-setting quarterback who led the University of Hawaii football team to unprecedented heights during his time with the Warriors, has died, sources tell Hawaii News Now.
He was 37 years old. Details about his passing were not immediately available.
Brennan’s decision to come to Hawaii after a championship career at Saddleback College in California marked the beginning of a new era in Manoa.
The side-armed slinger, along with receivers like Davone Bess and Ryan Grice-Mullen, led an overpowering offense that helped Hawaii win the Hawaii Bowl in 2006 and finish the regular season undefeated a year later, winning a WAC championship but later falling to Georgia in the Sugar Bowl in the final game of the year.