I seriously doubt a bad week at football practice and a few bad games will humble him compared to the rest of his life.Pride comes before a fall...maybe he needed a humbling experience. When Hawaii came here to LA Tech this past season, Brennan was making gestures to the crowd after some completions and acting like he was "it".
On another note, does anyone still know how a team who could only beat LA Tech 45-44 makes it to the Sugar Bowl?
Anyways, back to Brennan. His attitude during that game soured me on him, but I hope he is humbled by this experience and is able to succeed at the next level.
But there in lies the mark of a man. He is a competitor and to be the best, you have to beat the best. He wanted to go against "The Big Boys" and see where he stacked up. Now he knows.He never should of played at the Senior bowl. If he doesn't play that game, goes and has a decent combine (which is very likely), he'd still be a 3-5th round pick. Now noone is gonna draft him.