Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014 | 5:13 p.m.
It’s not uncommon for dominant football teams to have theme songs celebrating their greatness. Take the 1985 Chicago Bears and “The Super Bowl Shuffle,” for example.
Now Bishop Gorman High School, the top-ranked prep football team in the nation by USA Today, has its own anthem — one lighting up social media today.
The rap song by Snoop Dogg, “Bishop Gorman Move Them Chains,” features Flavor Flav and various shout-outs to the Gaels.
Snoop Dogg’s son, Cordell Broadus, is a standout wide receiver for Gorman and one of the top uncommitted seniors in the nation.
Flavor Flav, of Public Enemy and reality TV show “Flavor of Love” fame, lives in Southern Nevada and frequents UNLV basketball games.
Flav is also the neighbor of sophomore running back Biaggio Walsh, the grandson of boxing legend Muhammad Ali.
Gorman games this season have had a Lakers-like celebrity feel. Snoop Dogg and Flavor Flav weren’t the only celebrities on hand to watch Gorman hand St. John Bosco (Calif.) a 34-31 loss in front of an ESPN audience last Friday. The sold-out crowd also included alternative rock band Imagine Dragons and George Maloof.
Listen to the song: