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Coach Snoop

See a different side of Snoop Dogg in this unique documentary, which details the famous rapper's efforts to mentor young athletes and create opportunities for them to compete at the highest level of youth football. We'll meet the kids and coaches that form Snoop's squad -- and witness the important life lessons they learn with every game.

Genre: Documentary

Actor: Snoop Dogg


Country: USA

Duration: 30 min

Quality: HD

Release: 2016

IMDb: 6.5

Season 1 - Coach Snoop
"In Houston, the team is tested for the first time. Jaylin “JRoc” Smith’s loyalty is tested, as he must do battle against the team his father coaches. And Snoop is expecting JRoc’s best performance of the season."
"Quarterback CJ Montes reminds Snoop of a younger version of himself. Snoop needs CJ to develop into a leader, as the team travels to Houston, Texas to meet a highly ranked opponent."
"Player Roosevelt Kahn lives in one of the roughest sections of Los Angeles. Snoop and his coaches are trying to show Kahn a way off the streets, but an encounter with the police could derail their plan."
"Snoop talks about growing up without a father, and how coaches can be positive male role models. Also, assistant coach Dante Gamble talks about a mentoring relationship with young player Roosevelt Kahn, who is from his old neighborhood and in a bad gang territory."
"At 6’4 and nearly 300-pounds, Maximus Gibbs is by far the biggest kid on the team. But he also struggles with his size, and is being bullied by some of his teammates. Snoop hopes to give Max the confidence he needs to succeed on and off the field."
"Welcome to the SYFL, the Snoop Youth Football League, where inner-city kids across the country are given a chance to play football. The team travels from Los Angeles to the Bay Area for their first game of the year. For many of the kids, this is their first time away from home. Snoop puts together a unique game plan that he hopes will work to perfection."