| Centre (1919–1922)|
| Fort Worth Classic
East-West Christmas Classic (1921)
Dixie Classic (1922)|
(1899-03-18)March 18, 1899
Terry Snoddy Wikipedia
Hall Terry Snoddy (March 18, 1899 – ?) also known as Terry Snowday was a college football player.
Hall Terry Snoddy was born on March 18, 1899 in Owensboro, Kentucky to Carey Snoddy and Ruth Hall.
Snoddy was a prominent end and halfback for the Centre Praying Colonels of Centre College in Danville, Kentucky; a member of two of its most famous teams in 1919 and 1921. Snoddy was selected to at least one All-Southern team every year he played.
The 1919 team went undefeated and was named a national champion by Sagarin.
The 1921 team beat Harvard 6–0 in one of the greatest upsets in college football history. One account reads "Snoddy, Centre's left halfback, was literally a "John-on-the-spot" in getting under the ball. And it was Snoddy who gained when the gaining counted, by his superior speed." The Colonels then played a postseason bowl game against Texas A&M known as the 1922 Dixie Classic. Snoddy scored Centre's first touchdown in the game. Centre would lose 22 to 14.
In 1922 he changed his name to Snowday, the original Scotch spelling.