Snoop Coaches Team To Win In ‘Friendship Bowl’ May Face Luke Campell

Snoop Dogg coached

his Rolling Raiders football team to a 40 – 0 win over The Victorville Hawks

during a fundraising event dubbed the “Friendship Bowl” at Victor

Valley High School in Victorville, California.

Snoop’s business partner L.T. Hutton is from Victorville,

where his son plays for the Victorville Hawks.

Both teams were Super Bowl champions of their division in the

Junior All American League.

Over 2000 people attended the game, which was held to help the

Victorville Hawks raise money for new uniforms and other equipment.

Earlier in the week, school district officials attempted to

cancel the game, fearing the size of the crowd and lack of security, after the

event was promoted locally and in Los Angeles.

Police officials spoke out publicly against Snoop Dogg before

the event, with one officer telling The Victorville Daily Press “this

guy is sensationalizing and promoting everything that law enforcement and good

citizens are fighting against every day…”

Despite initial security concerns, Deputy Osvaldo Pelayes labeled

the Friendship Bowl “a success for the young children" and “a

positive event.”

Last Saturday (Dec. 10), Snoop’s one time rap rival Luke

Campbell coached his Liberty City Warriors to a win over the Cedar Crest Comets

in 2005’s Pop Warner Super Bowl.

Luke, who in the past has feuded with Snoop Dogg on records

and in videos, may meet with his one-time rival on the football field in early

2006.

Sources told AllHipHop.com that Campbell was organizing a charity

event in Miami that will feature celebrity coached children’s football

teams.

Teams coached by

Nelly, Trick Daddy, Tone from Trackmasters, Diddy and Luke may compete against

each other in January to raise money for various charitable causes.

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