August 29, 2014
DETROIT (AP) - A Michigan sheriff's office expects to soon have the results of an autopsy being conducted on one of the winningest quarterbacks in college football history.
The body of 30-year-old Cullen Finnerty was discovered in a remote wooded area of Lake County, Mich., on Tuesday night after a three-day search.
Undersheriff Dennis Robinson says the autopsy results will be released Wednesday afternoon. Authorities don't suspect foul play.
Finnerty led Grand Valley State University to three Division II national titles and more than 50 wins during his four years as a starter in the early and mid-2000s.
Sheriff Robert Hilts says family members had expressed concern that Finnerty may have suffered "a mental episode" before going missing Sunday while fishing along the Baldwin River.
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