by: Stephen Florino
(KHNL) - Warrior football quarterback Colt Brennan says he needs another day to decide if he's staying at Hawaii, or going to the NFL. The record-breaking star postponed his announcement until Tuesday.
Fans hope they haven't seen the last of Brennan, but they wouldn't blame him if he left.
Inside aloha stadium, college players play in the Hula Bowl, before fulfilling their dreams.
Outside the stadium, Hawaii fans wonder if Brennan will join them.
"We were all debating that," said Brian Bautista. "50 of us said he would go. 50 of us said he would stay, so hope he stays."
Brennan's junior season was filled with hi-lights and touchdowns -- a lot of them. He set the NCAA single season record with 58, and also broke numerous school records.
"He's beaten a lot of records so far," said James Makaio. "What can I say, his stats says it all."
"I am a big fan," said Robert Miller. "He's a real good player, and he's done a lot for the state."
Fans hope he's not done yet.
"Stay in college," said Grayson Cabico.
"I think he's gonna stay man, I think he's really gonna stay," said Bautista.
But they know the lure of playing for millions may be too great.
"That's right, lot of money and who knows," said Miller. "Next year he might get injured so you never know what his chances are, even though, seems like momentum is with him now."
But there's also things money can't buy.