Snoop Dogg's son Cordell Broadus picks UCLA over USC

Snoop Dogg's son Cordell Broadus picks UCLA over USC

Published Feb. 4, 2015 3:29 p.m. ET

Looks like Snoop Dogg is in for a wardrobe change.

The rapper has been anything but coy about his desire for his son, four-star wide receiver Cordell Broadus, to play football for his dream school, USC, but Broadus revealed on Wednesday that he'll play for the Trojans' crosstown rival, UCLA.

While Snoop won't get a chance to live vicariously through his son, who played high school football for Las Vegas powerhouse Bishop Gorman, in cardinal and gold, the rap icon assured he supports his son's decision.

He says he'll even transform into a Bruins fan — €”right down to his underwear.


"I'm throwing all my USC drawers away. I'm going UCLA 100,000 percent," Snoop said on ESPNU's Signing Day Special after being asked about his Trojan allegiance. Watch more of the interview in the video below:

Snoop also backed his son's decision on Twitter, referring to UCLA as "LA's team."

Perhaps a name change is on the horizon as well. “Snoop Bruin”?