No. 14 Georgia Tech's three-game road win streak snapped
Quotes from Coach Johnson and players at Tech's Media Day
Wild win at Pitt keeps Tech in hunt for division title
Georgia Tech advances to an overall 6-2 record.
No. 14 Georgia Tech got a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns from Patrick Skov as the Yellow Jackets rallied on the road at No. 8 Notre Dame, but the Fighting Irish held on for a 30-23 victory Saturday at Notre Dame Stadium.
Seven different players scored a touchdown, including four with the first of their careers, as No. 16 Georgia Tech's offense light up the Atlanta skyline with a 69-6 win Thursday night over Alcorn State.
NCAA Football: Clemson at Georgia Tech (USATSI)
Football Buries NC State (Photos by Steven Jensen)
Georgia Tech vs. Virginia (USATSI)
2015 (Redshirt Senior): Started at A-back in each of first four games ... Made season debut vs. Alcorn State (Sept. 3), first game back after season-ending injury in 2014 ... Rushed three times for 51 yards, including 23-yard run ... Ran for 35 yards on four carries vs. Tulane (Sept. 12) ... Led Jackets with 77 yards on seven carries at Notre Dame (Sept. 19), including career-long 48-yard run ... Had 12 yards on two carries at Duke (Sept. 26).
2013-14 Track: Earned third-team All-ACC honors in 60m at ACC Indoor Championships ... Recorded four first-places finishes during indoor season ... Took first place in both 60m (6.71) and 200m (21.23) at Vanderbilt Invitational ... Won 60m (6.72) and finished as runner-up in 200m (21.38) at Samford Multi and Invitational Indoor ... Finished 1st 200m with personal best 21.23 at Cupid Classic ... Placed fifth in 200m at ACC Indoor Championships.
2013 (Redshirt Sophomore): Played in 12 games ... Rushed 24 times for 150 yards (6.2 yards per rush) ... Had two kickoff returns for 29 yards ... Carried eight times for 45 yards in season opener vs. Elon (Aug. 31) ... Returned two kickoffs vs. Virginia Tech (Sept. 26) ... Had career highs for rushing attempts (9), rushing yards (69) and longest rush (27) vs. Alabama A&M (Nov. 23).
2012-13 Track: Joined track and field team in January and soon after set school record in 60 meters (6.75) at Auburn Invitational ... One week later at meet hosted by Kentucky, won 200 meters, beating out 40 other competitors ... On Feb. 2 in South Bend, Ind., finished first in 60 with another school record (6.72) ... Broke school record in 60 for third time, winning Samford Invitational in 6.67 ... Qualified for ... NCAA Championships, where finished 13th nationally in 60 ... Earned second team Indoor USTFCCA All-American honors ran 10.3 100-meters in first outdoor meet.
2012 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in 13 games as back-up at B-back and on special teams ... Made nine tackles on special teams (eight solo tackles) ... Rushed 13 times for 50 yards and one touchdown ... Had one reception for 11 yards ... Carried six times for 13 yards and first career touchdown vs. Presbyterian (Sept. 8) ... Had three carries for 23 yards and 11-yard reception in win over Virginia (Sept. 15).
2011 (True Freshman): Redshirted, did not play.
High School: Carrollton HS ... Played for coach Rayvan Teague ... Rushed for 1,150 yards and 18 touchdowns as senior ... Rated as 49th-best prospect in state by Atlanta Journal-Constitution ... Named all-area in 2010 ... Invited to play in North-South Game ... Was track star in high school ... Won state 3A championship in 100 (10.76) and the 200 (21.91) ... Made academic honor roll.
Personal: Full name is Broderick Brett Snoddy ... Mother, Lynn ... Has two siblings – Bernard and Krisha ... Born Jan. 3, 1993, in Carrollton, Ga. ... Snoddy and wife Rachel were married June 20, 2015 ... Began playing football at age 6 ... Business administration major.