Snoop's son may face suspension

Image: Cordell Broadus at the Mac and Devin Go to High School DVD Preview (© AP Photo/Todd Williamson/Invision).
Snoop Dogg's son Cordell Broadus (pictured in 2012) could face suspension.
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Tully Corcoran

Tully Corcoran spent seven years covering the Kansas City Chiefs and Kansas Jayhawks for The Topeka Capital-Journal. His work has been honored multiple times by The Kansas Press Association. He most recently wrote for FOX Sports Houston and FOX Sports Southwest. Follow him on Twitter.


Punching was the case that they gave him.


And all sports in between. Plenty of Tinseltown's biggest names once excelled in athletics.

Cordell Broadus, son of Calvin Broadus — better known as Snoop Dogg, err, Snoop Lion — has been suspended from the Diamond Bar (Calif.) High School football team for punching an opponent during a scrum last week, TMZ reports.

The younger Broadus, 16, is the No. 6 wide receiver in the class of 2015, according to Video of the incident is poor in quality — so much so that one can hardly draw any conclusions from it.

What is clear is that there was a physical confrontation involving several players from both Diamond Bar and Diamond Ranch. The game was called off with three minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, and the California Interscholastic Federation is expected to announce suspensions for dozens of those players — including Broadus.

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According to the San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Broadus is likely to be among the 20-some players suspended for Diamond Bar’s next game on Nov. 1.

National Federation of State High School Association rules state that any player leaving the bench during a fight is subject to a one-game suspension.

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