Colton James "Colt" Brennanis a former American professional football quarterback.

Colt Brennan, who played at the University of Hawaii

2007 (Senior): Completed 34-of-40 for 416 yards and six touchdowns in season-opening 63-3 rout of Northern Colorado...had a career-high 43 completions on 61 attempts for 548 yards and four touchdowns in overtime win at Louisiana Tech...ran for three touchdowns and passed for 298 yards and two scores in a 49-14 win at UNLV...broke the NCAA record for consecutive games with 200+ yards passing (29)...missed Charleston Southern game due to precautionary first three games has broken or tied seven school currently on the watch list for the Walter Camp Player of the Year Award, the Maxwell Award, the Davey O'Brien Award, and the Manning Award.

2006 (Junior): Started all 14 games...selected to the Walter Camp second team and AP All-America third team...named WAC Offensive Player of the Year...won the Sammy Baugh Award...finished sixth in the Heisman Trophy voting...a finalist for the Davey O'Brien Award and Cingular National Player of the Year...led the WAC and nation in total offense (422.5), touchdown passes (58), passing efficiency (185.96), points responsible for (27.7), completion percentage (72.6%), passing yards (5,549) and passing yards per game (396.4)...broke or tied 18 NCAA, 17 WAC and 41 school records...named the National Player of the Week by the Walter Camp Foundation (Nov. 4) and USA Today (Nov. 7)'s second-leading rusher (366 yards).

2005 (Sophomore): Started 10 of 12 games...only games he did not start were USC and San Diego State...etched his name as either tying or breaking 11 UH offensive records...led the country in total offense (4,455) and touchdowns thrown (35)...his 4,301 yards passing is the eighth-most in WAC history...against New Mexico State (Oct. 15), posted career-high numbers in yards (515), TDs (7) and completions (38)...had nine 300-plus yard performances, including four 400-plus yard games and a 515-yard performance.

2004: - popular American medical website for sports medicine.

Prior to UH: Earned one letter in football at Saddleback Community College in California... named honorable mention All-America, state Offensive Player of the Year and first team all-conference...helped Saddleback to conference championship...made the honor roll.

2003: Redshirted while at the University of Colorado.

Prep: A 2002 graduate of Mater Dei High School in California… earned three letters in football and one in basketball...invited to play in the County All-Star Game as a senior...led team to the league championship as a sophomore...also helped Mater Dei to the league championship in basketball as a senior...attended Worcester Academy in Massachusetts for one year.

Personal: Born Aug. 16, 1983, in Laguna Beach, Calif…has two sisters...parents are Betsy and Terry Brennan of Irvine, Calif.

ABOUT COLT, Where to Find Colt Brennan Football Medicine. ©  2016. Site design by CS Productions.