November 15, 2014 Atlanta - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets running back Broderick Snoddy (22) pumps his fists in the air as he is helped off of the field after being injured in the first half at Bobby Dodd Stadium on Saturday, November 15, 2014. HYOSUB SHIN / HSHIN@AJC.COM

Johnson tweet: Snoddy ‘doing great’

Georgia Tech A-back Broderick Snoddy is doing well after his surgery, according to a tweet from coach Paul Johnson sent out Sunday. Snoddy suffered an apparent broken leg in the Yellow Jackets’ win over Clemson and was expected to undergo surgery Saturday night.

“Glad to report that Broderick is doing great and ready to get after his rehab!” Johnson’s tweet read. “Everything went great and he should be good as ever!!”

Snoddy was injured in the second quarter carrying the ball. He planted his left foot awkwardly as he was tackled. After his leg was immobilized, he was taken off the field on a cart to warm applause from the Bobby Dodd Stadium crowd.

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