Snoop Dogg’s son, a four-star wide receiver, backs the decision to fire USC coach Lane Kiffin. Because he has a famous bloodline, when Snoop Dogg’s son, Cordell Broadus, took to Twitter to let the world know about his thoughts on Kiffin, folks listened. Snoop's offspring thinks that Kiffin should have been let go a while ago, according to the SBNation on Sept. 29.
“I feel that he should have been fired a while ago,” writes Snoop’s son. Broadus is rated 53rd-best player in the nation by the 247 sports composite. He’s a top prospect from the 2015 class out of California. Who knew Snoop had such a talented athletic kid? It sounds like the mindset of Broadus around the coach is the mindset for some of the other players.
Broadus isn’t the only recruit saying Kiffin’s firing is a good thing. The news that Kiffin was gone got the response of “I’m a little happy” from Joseph Wicker, a four-star 2015 defensive end. The school even got ultimatums when it came to Kiffin coaching.
Demario Richard, a three-star running back, said he would only consider USC if Kiffin was gone. Numerous recruits registered their concerns about Kiffin’s coaching after hearing fans chant “fire Kiffin.” This went on at USC home games.
USC fired Kiffin after losing Saturday’s game, they didn’t even wait for the sun to come up on Sunday morning before giving him the news.