QB Colt Brennan Pleads Not Guilty In DUI Case

QB Colt Brennan Pleads Not Guilty In DUI Case

colt brennanColt Brennan, a former quarterback with the University of Hawaii has plead not-guilty after being charged with DUI earlier this year. On July 25, 2012, the former Warriors quarterback in Kailua, Hawaii was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol. According to the police report, a small bag with cocaine residue was also found in the rented car that Brennan was driving, however, prosecutors opted not to pursue drug charges due to lack of evidence that the bag belonged to him. Brennan did not appear in court to enter the plea of not-guilty, instead, attorney Maria Carmichael entered the plea on behalf of him and his main attorney Michael Green.

Colt Brennan has had a rough couple of years following his exceptional performance at the University of Hawaii. In 2008, he was the 6th round draft pick and was recruited by the Washington Redskins. Brennan never played a regular season game though and was on injured reserve during 2009 when he had surgery on his knee. After leaving the Redskins, Brennan went on to play for the Canadian Football League’s Saskatchewan Roughriders, but was cut just one month before his arrest in June. While playing in Hawaii, Colt Brennan set 31 NCAA records, throwing 58 touchdown passes in 2006 alone, averaging 387.9 yards per game. Brennan has attributed his behavior to a sense of disappointment in himself after a troublesome professional football career. Apparently, Brennan is still suffering from a head on crash from 2010 that has caused both physical and emotional pain.

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