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Ex-Badgers Player Brent Moss’ Cause of Death Revealed

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Former standout running back, who led Wisconsin to a Big Ten title in 1993 and a victory over UCLA in the 1994 Rose Bowl, Brent Moss’ cause of death was partly released after he passed away on Sunday, at the age of 50.

Moss appeared for three-plus seasons at UW after sitting out the 1990 season. He played 61 times for 219 yards as a freshman in 1991 and then enhanced to 739 yards on 165 carries as a sophomore in 1992.

Follow every game: Live NCAA College Football Scores Moss and UW broke through in 1993 under head coach Barry Alvarez. Moss rushed 312 times for 1,637 yards, an average of 5.2 yards per carry, and 16 touchdowns and was named the Big Ten MVP.

UW finished 6-1-1 in the Big Ten and shared the title with Ohio State. Moss capped the season by rushing for 158 yards and two touchdowns in UW’s 21-16 victory over UCLA in the Rose Bowl.

He was named the game MVP and Alvarez often said if he had to choose one tailback to convert a crucial short-yardage situation into a first down that he would select Moss.

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Brent Moss’ Cause of Death Related to an Illness

Although official sources have not shared Brent Moss’ cause of death at this time, some believed he lost his life because of a severe illness.

Our team does not confirm any rumors about the news, though you can be sure that we are attempting our best to find related information about the tragedy and provide the latest updates as soon as possible; but do not forget that family privacy should be respected.

Moss appeared destined for an outstanding senior season in 1994 and perhaps an NFL career. That all changed in November, nevertheless, when Moss was charged with control of crack cocaine and was later suspended by Alvarez.

Moss ended the season with 833 yards and eight touchdowns on 156 carries and was not selected in the 1995 NFL draft. He was invited to the Miami Dolphins training camp in 1995 but was cut. He marked with the St. Louis Rams and carried 22 times for 90 yards but was cut during training camp in 1996.

Moss had brief stints in NFL Europe, the Arena Football League, and the XFL. He battled drug problems and was arrested several times. In 2017 he was sentenced to a year in prison and one-year extended supervision on a felony charge for possession of cocaine.

“Brent was a great teammate, a good guy, and a big part of the turnaround of the Badger football program,” ex-UW offensive lineman Steve Stark wrote on Twitter. “RIP brother.”


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  1. John November 14, 2022

    ‘Severe illness’, huh? Strong work!

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