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Snoop Dogg Son, Cordell Broadus: Lane Kiffin Should Have Been Fired a While Ago at USC

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By Jessica Rodriguez , Christian Post Contributor
September 30, 2013|10:17 am

Snoop Dogg's son, Cordell Broadus, has weighed in on the firing of Lane Kiffin, saying that the firing was overdue and that he thought the axe could have come down "a while ago."

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    Hip hop artist Snoop Dogg appears on stage during MTV's 'Total Request Live' show at the MTV Times Square Studios, in this Nov. 14, 2006, file photo in New York. People are beginning to criticize the influence of rap and hip-hop following the recent controversy with Don Imus. Snoop Dogg contends that the circumstances are different, so parallels should not be drawn between the two.

Broadus is still weighing up where he will eventually play, and it could be USC – especially now, considering that he is happy with the changes that have taken place.

He has said that he is excited to see what the new coaching stagg could do at USC.

Snoop Dogg's son said, "I feel that he should have been fired a while ago… 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."

According to reports, Broadus is considering a number of options, and being one of the top 10 receivers in the Class of 2015 will likely open many doors for him.

According to various reports, Broadus has already received offers from LSU, Nebraska, UCLA and, of course, USC. However, the 16-year-old still has not finalized his decision about which will be his future school, but according to reports, USC is one of the main schools he is seriously considering.

It has been reported that Broadus is a big Trojans fans and has attended a few practices at the California school.

Kiffin was fired earlier this week after the Trojans lost their 7th game out of their last 11.

Athletic director Pat Haden said: "My job is to do what is best for USC… personally have a great deal of respect for Lane…. He did the absolute best he can. Lane was clearly disappointed. He really, really tried to keep his job."

 

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