Jesse, go back to the beginning of this thread and read the basic pointers for housetraining a very young pup.
You need to take Rollie out every 15 to 20 minutes, if that what it takes, until both you and he recognize the signs. Every pup, especially one so young, will not even have a hint of a warning that they have to go and will just suddenly start going. They must go out immediately upon waking, and I mean immediately, as well as immediately after eating or drinking, play, or even just rest.
Use a common word and praise, praise, praise the successes. All of this is covered on the first two pages of this thread.
Expect things to be this way for about 4 weeks, because that is about the time that YOU will recognize the minute cues. Remember that your puppy has absolutely no control so each mistake is yours, not the pups, and no fuss should be made about the clean up.
I won't go on because as I said, it is all spelled out at the beginning of this thread. If you still have questions after reviewing the thread and implementing some changes, by all means, ask away!
Good luck. We've all been there. Remember, the time you put in now, which will seem daunting while living it, will be so worth it as you will have a reliably, well trained companion for a lifetime!