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Update: Snoop Dogg's Son Suspended for H.S. Football Brawl, Team Forfeits

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CIF South Section ruled that all but seven players on Diamond Bar High's varsity football team was suspended for their game on Nov. 1 against Rowland High. Because of the lack of players they will have to forfeit the game.

This came after the brawl in Diamond Bar's 34-20 loss against rival Diamond Ranch. TMZ also had video of Snoop Dogg's son Cordell Broadus' involvement in the fight.

Broadus, the 6-foot-3, 186-pound junior wide receiver, has scholarship offers from USC, UCLA and Notre Dame.

Diamond Ranch will have 19 players suspended in this Friday's game against coincidentally enough Rowland High leaving them enough players to field a team.