Colt Brennan Bio

Colton James Brennan was born on August 16 1983 in Laguna Beach, California is an American football quarterback at the University of Hawaii. He holds the record NCAA Division IA touchdown pass for most in a single season with 58, as well as other record 28 NCAA Division IA.

Colt Brennan attended Mater Dei High School in California. He helped Mater Dei for the championship basketball as a senior. While at Mater Dei, Brennan was the back-up quarterback Matt Leinart up Leinart graduated. After graduating from Mater Dei, Brennan attended Worcester Academy in Massachusetts for a post, where his primary objectives were David Ball, now a wide receiver for the New York Jets, and Carl Elliott, the former guard the point George Washington basketball team.
University of Colorado
Colt Brennan originally joined the University of Colorado football team in 2003 as a walk-in. He has spent the years as a redshirt.

On January 28, 2004, Brennan entered the dormitory room of a University of Colorado coed side and, according to the coed “exposed himself and fondled her.” Colt Brennan, who was intoxicated at the time of the accident, was arrested and then invoked guilty to the charges of theft and trespassing, but a verdict of guilty to unlawful sexual contact has been freed by the court for lack of evidence. After the incident, which was caught up in the middle of the time when CU was flooded with other accusations of sex crimes and revelations of wild recruiting shares involving Colorado football players, Brennan was almost immediately started the team.
Colt Brennan transferred to Saddleback Community College in California in 2004, and has helped to bring the school to a conference championship. He was appointed mention All-America, was offensive player of the year, and the first all-conference team for his performance that season. Brennan repaired its image good enough for Hawaii coach June Jones offer him a walk-on at Hawai ʻ i. Looking to put some distance between himself and his past problems, and in Jones’ quarterback knowledge, Brennan has accepted the offer and turned down an offer from San Jose State.

Colt Brennan joined Hawaii in 2005 and quickly grabbed the place of departure quarterback. He started 10 of 12 games, the only games he did not start and be USC against San Diego State. Brennan is tied or broke 11 UH offensive records in what has been a wildly successful first season with the Warriors. Brennan led the country in total offense yards (4455) and touchdowns thrown (35). 4301 meters its passage is the eighth-most in Western Athletic Conference (WAC), the history. Against New Mexico State (Oct. 15), Brennan posted career-high numbers yards passing (515), touchdowns (7) and pass completion (38). He also had nine 300 + yard performances of the season, including four 400 + yard games and a yard-515 performance.

Colt Brennan entered the 2006 season as the undisputed starter at quarterback, has been appointed to several award watch lists and was voted the WAC’s preseason offensive player of ‘years. He led the nation in scoring efficiency and passing, finishing the regular season with a 182.8 rating, and completed 72.15% of his passes, the best mark in Division IA.

During the regular season, Brennan exceeded the 53 touchdowns, one shy of the NCAA Division IA single-season touchdown record of 54 (set in 1990 by David Klingler of Houston). On December 24, 2006, at the Hawaii Bowl, Brennan threw for 5 touchdowns to break the record. (Statistics accumulated during the postseason hours count toward records.) The Warriors finished the season with a 11-3 record, placing second in the WAC behind Boise State.

Colt Brennan finished sixth in the 2006 Heisman race behind winner Troy Smith, Darren McFadden, Brady Quinn, Steve Slaton, and Mike Hart.During season, Colt Brennan threw for 5549 yards, 58 touchdowns, and the highest passing efficiency in America. According to Jones, “Colt is a guy money. Colt is what I said is the best college quarterback in America, and demonstrated tonight.” During a press conference on January 17, announced that he was returning to the University of Hawai ʻ seniors for his season. Colt Brennan felt was not fully prepared for the NFL and need another year to get ready. Brennan returned to Hawaii the Heisman as a front-runner and one of the most prolific passers NCAA. Rivals.com named him one of the top-10 quarterbacks in the Corsican 2007 season.

Colt Brennan season entered 2007 on a mission to go undefeated and earn a trip to the BCS. On November 23, 2007 Brennan broke the major college career record for touchdown passes, throwing five touchdown passes against then # 17 ranked Boise State Broncos.Brennan thrown record # 122 in the first quarter, a 6-yard TD pass to Ryan Grice – Mullen to overcome the mark set by former Brigham Young University standout Ty Detmer in 1991. Over Brennan Detmer also broke the record for most responsible for touchdowns with 136. Brennan’s Hawai’i team to move forward to defeat the Washington Huskies 35-28 in the final game of the regular season to finish with a record of 12-0, an unprecedented undefeated regular season for the Warriors, finishing the 2007 season with a # 10 AP ranking and bid to the 2007 BCS Sugar Bowl against # 5 Georgia BCS standings. For more information on visit Colt Brennan fans and to buy NCAA college football tickets for Hawaii Warriors visit WizTickets.com

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