Feb 16, 2014; New Orleans, LA, USA; Hip-hop artist Snoop Dogg backstage before the 2014 NBA All-Star Game at the Smoothie King Center. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

Snoop Dogg Calls UCLA Football "LA's Team" Via Twitter

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One, two, three and to the four, Snoop Doggy Dogg and UCLA are at the door, ready to make an entrance… to another season of Bruin football. If you are not aware, The Doggfather has recently been a supporter of the Bruins with his befriending of head coach Jim Mora and the UCLA football program. Today, in response to Adidas debuting UCLA’s newest alternate uniform ‘LA Steel’, Snoop tweeted out his like of the unis, as well as a comment that is sure to infuriate several USC supporters.

He is not wrong. In fact, it helps solidify what UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley said after the game against the Trojans last season:

UCLA runs LA. Everybody knows that.

Well everybody does now, especially in the Twitterverse. Since a picture of Snoop hanging with Mora in the UCLA football facilities, there has been an overwhelming show of support by the rapper for the Blue and Gold. UCLA even hosted the Snoop Youth Football League Tournament a few months ago. To add some intrigue into the mix, the Bruins are also heavily recruiting his son, Cordell Broadus, a wide receiver out of Bishop Gorman in Las Vegas.

As for the remark, it is a simple deduction of one team doing just okay and another dominating the area. Snoop has made it clear that the #BruinRevolution is the team worth supporting. Here at Go Joe Bruin, we would like to take it a bit further and say they are the team worth support in not just the city, but the Pac-12 and the nation. One can just tell that the Bruins are poised for big things behind Mora in 2014-15. We know it, Snoop knows it and now you now it.

Go Bruins! Go Snoop!

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