Condredge Holloway

Class of 1999

During Condredge Holloway’s first four seasons in Ottawa, both he and future Canadian Football Hall of Fame member Tom Clements shared quarterbacking duties.

During Holloway’s rookie year, he threw six touchdown passes and was ranked the 5th leading rusher in the east.

Holloway became the starting quarterback in 1979 and remained with the club through the 1980 season.

The Toronto Argonauts have commemorated Holloway’s athletic talents and team leadership by electing him an All-Time Argonaut.

Condredge Holloway ended his career in the CFL with the BC Lions.

Playing Career

Ottawa Rough Riders
1975 - 1980
Toronto Argonauts
1981 - 1986
BC Lions


  • All-Eastern Quarterback
    1978, 1982, 1983
  • Hiram Walker Trophy As Ottawa Rough Riders MVP
  • All-Canadian Quarterback
  • Jeff Russel Memorial Trophy
  • Carlsberg Player of the Year
  • Schenley Award for Most Outstanding Player
  • Grey Cup Participation
    1976, 1982, 1983
  • Grey Cup Winning Teams
    1976, 1983