Re: t hollings
The question marks surrounding Tony Hollings have migrated from his wheels to his hands.
History shows that the dropsies can be chronic, but that they can also be treated and cured. Some time back Fresno State had a running back named Derrick Ward who averaged around eleven yards a carry and two fumbles a game for the first four games of his freshman season. He never started after that and eventually transferred out of coach Pat Hill's program because the philosophy is simple; a running back must hold onto the ball.
I'd be far more worried about the fumbles if Hollings had been carrying the rock since high school. The fact of the matter is that he's still learning how to be a ball carrier. I think his case of the dropsies is of the curable variety and I get vertigo thinking about his upside.
I also love the way he'll run you over if you're in his way regardless of the logo on your helmet.