Snoop Dogg's son weighs in on Lane Kiffin firing

Snoop Dogg's son weighs in on Lane Kiffin firing, because why not

10/1/13 in NCAAF   |   JoeKukura   |   492 respect

Blog Photo - Snoop Dogg's son weighs in on Lane Kiffin firingAs the smoke clears from the Lane Kiffin firing at USC, the Trojans' top potential recruits are beginning to weed out their options regarding whether they will decide to play for the team. Among the nuggets of feedback coming in from USC recruits and commits is the opinion of one Cordell Broadus -- the son of of 30-time platinum hip-hop artist Snoop Dogg.

Don't laugh -- young Snoop Dogg, Jr. is the No. 6-rated high school wide receiver in the country. The 16-year-old son of the Doggfather has full-ride scholarship offers from USC, UCLA, LSU, Nebraska, and six other schools. Like Snoop Dogg's son needs a full ride scholarship!

Nonetheless, Snoop Dogg's son approves of the Lane Kiffin firing. "I feel that he should have been fired a while ago," Cordell Broadus told "USC is going to raise the bar now because the new coaching staff next year and I’m anxious to see what they are going to look like."

The Snoop Puppy even has his own favorite to be named Kiffin's replacement -- Washington coach Steve Sarkisian. "My top choice for them would be Coach Sark," Broadus told "I know he was offered the job before and turned it down, but if he took the job, I would be going to USC for sure. He has turned Washington around and doing big things. When he got there, he didn't have any player. Now that he has players, I see Washington doing big things."

Blog Photo - Snoop Dogg's son weighs in on Lane Kiffin firingThe young Broadus is currently a high school junior who would not play college ball until 2015. He has not committed to any university yet

Should Snoop Dogg's son commit to USC, there may be complications regarding the fact that the kid has pictures of himself smoking weed all over the Internet.

Should Broadus commit cross-town rival UCLA, then both Snoop Dogg's son and P. Diddy's son would both be playing for the  Bruins. P. Diddy's son Justin Combs will play cornerback for UCLA.

Oh, you can just imagine the groupie action on that team bus.
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