In the 1994 Rose Bowl, Brent Moss led the Badgers to a 21-16 victory over UCLA with 158 rushing yards and two touchdowns. He passed away on November 13th, aged 50. Let’s see how did he die and his cause of death in more detail.
How did Brent Moss die?
Brent Moss, a former star running back for Wisconsin, passed away on Sunday at the age of 50.
Running back Brent Moss, who led Racine Park to the WIAA Division 1 state championship in 1988 and helped the 1993 #Badgers win the Big Ten title and Rose Bowl, passed away today at age 50. Toughest RB I’ve ever seen. Finished off every run with an extra yard or 2. https://t.co/FWJ8GjTMW8— Tom Oates (@TomOatesWSJ) November 14, 2022
The news was announced by Jason Arndt of the Burlington Standard Press. As of the time of writing, no cause of death had been disclosed to the public.
cause of death
In order to get feedback on the incident, Daily Info Express is attempting to contact family and relatives. Still no response. Once we have enough data, we will update the page. We’ll soon add more details regarding Brent Moss’s cause of death.
However, it appears that little can be said at this time until the family issues a formal statement regarding the situation. As usual, once this news is verified, we will look into it and update you.
Who was Brent Moss?
From 1991 to 1994, Moss played for the Badgers football team and helped coach Barry Alvarez turn around the programme. When UW won the Big Ten and the Rose Bowl in Alvarez’s fourth season, Moss was the team’s top rusher.
Moss was named game MVP after rushing for 158 yards and two touchdowns to help the Badgers win their first Rose Bowl in 40 years. That season, he also won the Big Ten Player of the Year award.
Before enrolling at UW, the Racine native was a standout at Racine Park High School, where he helped the Panthers win the 1988 WIAA Division I state championship. After graduating from UW, he spent a few years playing professionally.
Brent Moss career and his suspension from UW team
With 3,428 career rushing yards, Moss remains ninth all-time at Washington. He also holds the school record with 17 straight games with 100 or more rushing yards. The Badgers’ backfield combo of Terrell Fletcher and Moss propelled those teams to 18-4-2 records in 1993 and 1994.
Moss had drug problems that caused him to be suspended from the UW team in 1994. He also had to deal with drug charges twice after leaving UW. In 2017, he was given a year in prison for possessing cocaine and heroin.
Tribute to Brent Moss
Evan Witalison said,
Sad to hear of the passing of Brent Moss. Was one of my favorite players at Wisconsin back in the day. Met him a couple times, was very nice towards me. I know he had his demons, but still sad to see. 50 is way to young.
I was too young to watch Brent Moss play, but when I grew older, I read about him at the beginning of Alvarez’s reign. He was a key part in bringing Badger football to relevance.
$park Guy said,
Chuck Carr and Brent Moss dying on the same day. WI sports legends. Rip.
Mark Michalski said,
I’m very sad to read that Brent Moss Running back Badger Legend and Rose Bowl Champion has passed away at age 50! My thoughts and condolences to his family, friends, fans, and ex-teammates. #Badgers #OnWisconsin #RIPBrentMoss
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