Found January 22, 2012 on Larry Brown Sports:
PLAYERS: Rick Neuheisel
TEAMS: UCLA Bruins
Cornerback Justin Combs accepted his scholarship offer to UCLA shortly after Rick Neuheisel was fired as the team’s head coach. He and his father, rapper/actor/producer P. Diddy, took an official visit to campus this weekend. Justin was tweeting about the trip all weekend, and posted the picture above. It looks like that was taken at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena where the Bruins play their home games. Diddy never crossed me as a large person, so if he’s slumping and still much taller than his son, that’s probably not too good of a sign. Justin is listed at 5’9″ but may be smaller.
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