Colt Brennan dead at 37 – Hawaii football legend dies ‘at rehab facility in California’

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RECORD-SETTING quarterback Colt Brennan has died aged 37.

The cause of death is not known but Hawaii News Now reports he was in a rehabilitation center in California at the time of his death.

Colt Brennan died aged 37. His cause of death is unknown

Brennan brought the University of Hawaii football team to new heights.

He led an offense that helped the team win the Hawaii Bowl in 2006.  

He moved to Hawaii following a championship career at Saddleback College in California.

Brenna finished the 2007 season as a Heisman Trophy finalist, teh first player to do so in Hawaii football history.

He became the NCAA’s all-time leader in touchdown passes in a game against Boise States during that season.

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