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Topic - Tracy Holland
From the size of Wilson Holloway's smile, it was sometimes difficult to ascertain that he was fighting for his life.
As Artrell Woods lay motionless on Oklahoma State's weight room floor, Hubert Anyiam looked on in shock.
"He was so upbeat and loved life so much," Holland said. "All of his friends will have all kinds of funny stories and great stories to tell about him."
"He definitely faced some adversity, but yet he always lived life the way that he chose, which was to be upbeat, be positive," said University of Central Oklahoma football coach Tracy Holland, who was Holloway's prep coach at Oklahoma Christian School in Edmond. "He was a fierce and loyal friend."