Brent Moss, a former American football player, died unexpectedly at the age of 50 on November 13, 2022.
How Did Brent Moss Die?
Former University of Wisconsin star running back Brent Moss, 50, died on November 13, 2022. “Rest In Peace & Power Brent,” Butler wrote. “You made me believe that you could accomplish anything from the 262. #RoseBowlMVP”
Since the news broke, everyone has been in disbelief, and social media has been in grief.
Brent Moss a former University of Wisconsin star running back died suddenly. Brent’s death became widely publicized after Jason Arndt of the Burlington Standard Press broke the news. As of yet, Brent Moss cause of death has not been made public.
Brent Moss was a great man whom we all loved and who made the world much happier in his presence.
When it came to assisting those in need, he was the one who never fell behind.
Brent Moss Cause of Death
Brent Moss passed away on Sunday. Brent Moss cause of death has not been made public.
Dave Mogensen shared the demise news of Brent Moss saying, “Sorry to hear about the Passing of Brent Moss a Racine native, and former Wisconsin/NFL RB One of the best football players to ever come out of the state. Had the pleasure of working with him on multiple occasions. Despite some challenges, Brent had a big heart.”
Fletcher tweeted on Sunday, “We did a thing in our day.” Fletcher wrote. “I hate that we did not become friends in time (to) appreciate our magic. But we did work it out in time. You were one of the best to ever do it. Respect.”
With 3,428 career running 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.
Brent Moss’s drug case
Moss had drug problems that resulted in his suspension from the UW team in 1994. He also faced drug charges twice after leaving UW.
For possessing cocaine and heroin, he was sentenced to prison in 2017. Brent Moss, a former running back for the Wisconsin Badgers, was given a prison term on Tuesday, May 16, 2017, in connection with two narcotics prosecutions that were brought against him.