LOS ANGELES -- Rap artist Snoop Dogg donned football gloves
and a red Southern California sweat suit to run through drills with
the top-ranked Trojans football team on Tuesday.
Snoop Dogg, whose real name is Calvin Broadus, had a 40-yard
pass from quarterback Matt Leinart hit him in the hands,
but he couldn't hold on.
"Ain't nobody sticking me, that's why I dropped it," the
rapper jokingly told players who teased him.
The rap artist, who has coached his son's youth football team, also participated in a few other football drills, knocking
down dummies and running over obstacles.
USC (10-0) has this week off. The Trojans play Notre Dame on Nov. 27.