HONOLULU -- After breaking the NCAA single-season touchdown record, Colt Brennan isn't sure he's ready to take a shot at the NFL just yet.
So far, Brennan says he'll return to Hawaii for his senior year unless an NFL team indicates it will select him with a high draft pick.
"Right now, I'm planning on coming back next year," Brennan said.
Brennan broke the NCAA record for touchdown passes with 58 in Hawaii's 41-24 victory over Arizona State in the Hawaii Bowl on Sunday night.
He finished the game with five touchdowns, one interception and 33-of-42 passing for a school-record 559 yards.
"The NFL or whoever is really going to have to present something to get me. If not, I'm just going to come back and enjoy myself," said Brennan, who finished sixth in Heisman Trophy voting.
He certainly seemed to enjoy himself at the Hawaii Bowl, capping a season in which he led the nation in TD passes, passing yards, total offense, passing efficiency, points responsible for and completion percentage.
Brennan threw a 7-yard scoring pass to Ryan Grice-Mullen on the Warriors' second series of the second half to break the previous mark of 54 set by Houston's David Klingler in 1990, also against the Sun Devils.
Brennan then hugged coach June Jones and waved No. 1 with both hands as teammates lifted the junior into the air.
"I have never had more fun in a season ever, mostly because of my teammates," Brennan said. "You see a lot of love for each other. It's sad to see the season over."
Jones said Brennan showed that he's the top passer in the nation, even above Heisman Trophy winner Troy Smith and Notre Dame's Brady Quinn.
"Colt is a money guy," said Jones, who became Hawaii's winningest coach with his 64th victory in eight seasons. "Colt is what I said he is: the best college quarterback in America, and he proved it tonight."
Hawaii (11-3) matched the school mark for most wins in a season, set in 1992 when the team went 11-2.