CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- Questions about Mack Hollins's slow start to the 2015 season can officially be put to rest.
If his two touchdowns against Delaware didn't quiet concerns, his three catches for 103 yards - all touchdowns - against Wake Forest should silence them.
"Nothing different, it's just being able to execute when the play is called," Hollins said. "If you can read the coverages and the play is called at the right time you can make a big play happen."
Hollins said his mentality is to score every time he touches the ball, and that's what happened on Saturday night.
"When I catch the ball I want to score because it might mess up my yards per catch," he joked of his current 24.5 yards per reception average on the season. "I believe that's what you should do."
"When you catch the ball you might not get another opportunity, so try to score, whatever it takes."
For the rest of Hollins's post Wake Forest interview, watch the above video.