News:Ray Holley rushed 15 times for 77 yards and caught four passes for 38 yards against Utah State on Saturday.
Analysis: The Bulldogs end the season against a pretty good SJSU team, but that shouldn't be enough to hinder this offense, so you can use Ray Holley as you usually do.
News:Ray Holley rushed 27 times for 145 yards and a touchdown Saturday versus Texas State.
Analysis:Ray Holley isn't even the Bulldogs' main back, that would be record breaker Kenneth Dixon, but clearly there is more than enough touches to go around to keep both backs fantasy viable.
News:Ray Holley rushed 10 times for 41 yards and caught three passes for 30 yards against UTSA on Saturday.
Analysis:Ray Holley is the second option in the Bulldogs' rushing game, but they are good enough running the ball for him to still have some value.
News:Ray Holley rushed 12 times for 130 yards and a score Saturday against NMSU. He also caught two passes for 16 yards.
Analysis:Ray Holley broke off an 83-yard touchdown run for most of his yardage. He could be worth owning in a deeper league, but Kenneth Dixon is the Bulldogs running back you want.
News:Ray Holley rushed 11 times for 47 yards and a touchdown Saturday against Idaho. He also caught three passes for 51 yards.
Analysis: The Bulldogs offense is prolific enough to sustain two fantasy viable running backs, especially since Ray Holley seems to be part of the running game. He could be worth a pickup.
News:Ray Holley rushed 13 times for 34 yards and caught six passes for 65 yards and a score Saturday against Texas A&M.
Analysis:Ray Holley didn't rush for many yards, but he got 13 carries, and six receptions is not a fluke either. Kenneth Dixon is La Tech's top running back, but Holley is number two, and there is plenty of room in this offense to spread the wealth.
News:Ray Holley rushed 22 times for 139 yards and a touchdown Saturday against UNLV. He also caught four passes for 37 yards.
Analysis: Since Tevin King went down, Ray Holley's numbers have really improved, and this is a dynamic offense. His stock has definitely risen, and he could be a good pickup if you need a running back.
News:Ray Holley rushed 14 times for 69 yards and two touchdowns versus Virginia on Saturday. He also had two catches for 13 yards.
Analysis: With Tevin King out for the season, Ray Holley saw the biggest increase in carries, and he did well with them, which certainly boosts his value.
News:Ray Holley rushed five times for 21 yards and a score against Houston on Saturday. He also caught six passes for 41 yards.
Analysis: The receptions are intriguing, but right now Ray Holley probably isn't worth a pickup, as the Bulldogs have a crowded backfield.
News: Louisiana Tech starting running back Lennon Creer suffered an undisclosed injury in the third quarter which allowed walk-on freshman Hunter Lee an opportunity to rack up the carries. He ended the game with 28 carries for 134 yards against Idaho.
Analysis: It is a fact that head coach Sonny Dykes loves using two running backs in his system. When Ray Holley went down with an injury, the assumption was Creer would be in for more carries. That doesn't appear to be the case now after Lee's workhorse game. Expect both to split the carries for the remainder of the season.
News: Louisiana Tech running back Ray Holley injured his back against Mississippi State and missed Saturday's game against Hawaii. Holley is now likely to miss the rest of the season, and Louisiana Tech will seek a medical redshirt for the senior.
Analysis: While Holley wasn't really a fantasy starter, he was making an impact on the run game with 34 carries in the first 3 games of the year. Lennon Creer's value gets a boost as a result of the injury and is a solid weekly play during WAC play.
News: Louisiana Tech running backs Lennon Creer and Ray Holley split the workload against Houston. Creer had 25 carries for 99 yards and 1 score while Holley had 22 carries for 62 yards and 2 scores.
Analysis: It looks like this will be a pretty even timeshare which limits the damage each can do on their own. Creer looked like the better back and, given his experience, is still the back to own. Both can be viable starters especially with the WAC schedule.
News: Louisiana Tech's offensive coordinator Tony Franklin has made it a point to say he needs two running backs to carry the load for his offense to work.
Analysis: While we know Lennon Creer is poised for a monster season, it appears to be Ray Holley who has impressed this fall and will compliment Creer this season.