'Coach Snoop' Episode 4: Snoop Dogg shows importance of male role models

COACH SNOOP S1:E4  WHAT GREAT MEN DO - Web Version
COACH SNOOP S1:E4 WHAT GREAT MEN DO - Web Version

You know Snoop Dogg, the rapper. You probably haven't heard of Snoop Dogg, the football coach, though.

See a different side of the larger-than-life personality in an all-new documentary on AOL, which is broken up into nine episodes that we'll be bringing to you weekly.

WATCH EPISODE 4 IN THE VIDEO ABOVE

The unique project details Snoop'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 the high-profile leader's squad -- and witness the important life lessons they learn with every game.

In episode four, 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.

For last week's episode and more 'Coach Snoop' video, click here.

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