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Snoop Dogg’s Son Quits The Football Team At UCLA
Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports
Snoop Dogg’s son, Cordell Broadus, is a four-star WR who committed to play at UCLA starting this season. ESPN even had a reality show about them titled "Snoop & Son: A Dad’s Dream". Well, it seems Cordell has had a change of heart not only about the Bruins, but football in general...
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He is admitted to UCLA, and attended UCLA’s summer session, so he’ll be able to remain enrolled and attend UCLA.

According to sources close to the situation, it was more than likely a matter of Broadus “wanting to do his own thing,” since his father had always pushed him to play football.
Hmm...I'm thinking someone will be rapping soon.

(Scout)
Filed Under: NCAA Football
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hogNsinceReagan106 months
More time for "Gin and Juice" had me L'n O L. Good stuff.
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Rex Feral106 months
I thought he was Snoop Lion?
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19106 months
The kid just didn't need football to elevate his popularity/ status / playa points. Understandable.
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Corch Urban Myers106 months
Good job on missing out on this reject, LSU.
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DVinBR106 months
It's the one and only d-o double-g
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RBTiger106 months
Piddy Diddy's kid qiuts...now this?
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The Pirate King106 months
Is anyone shocked by this? You could tell from that shitty reality show that he didn't want to play ball.
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TigerFanFromBama106 months
I think he should of went to school far away from Cali.
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Lsu101205106 months
Football was getting in the way of all the asian girls he was trying to pull.

Its understandable.
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atltiger6487106 months
wow, that didn't last long. Barely into fall camp. Got to be something more behind the scenes.
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LSUAlum2001106 months
Bring Lil Snoop down to LSU?
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High C106 months
There's no doubt that weed is to blame for this. Amirite?
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