Nice to see I'm not alone in playa-hating at Snoop Dogg's style of coaching his son's little league football team. I mean not only did he buy the kid a starting quarterback spot, he bought the whole league (AND sent a decades-old South LA community institution into a tailspin AND named it after himself to boot.)
No, Josh Levin's with me, too. He writes on Slate about the annoyance of The Coach's Son, a phenomenon which ruined little league for the rest of us, and which sometimes runs all the way through college into the pros, usually with unenviable results.
Related: In 2003, Ann Hulbert wrote about the Positive Coaching Association, a youth sports movement that promotes character-building, not dad-on-dad brawling in the stands.