There will be a day to discuss that, and this isn't itReports: Lloyd Carr retiring Monday Nov 18, 2007
What we've decided here is that actually, what he's decided I think is that we would like to give it some rest so that we can see what happens in spring practiceMichigan safety out for season Sep 19, 2005
We tried to run the football, but give Oregon creditOregon 31, Michigan 27 Sep 21, 2003
Marlin is not going to play in the first gameJackson suspended one game by Michigan Aug 23, 2003
Even had things gone badly for us after Victor's penalty, that penalty was not a dumb penaltyOutback Bowl: Michigan 38, Florida 30 Jan 01, 2003
Lloyd Carr has a park named in honor of him in Riverview, MI. Former Pennsalt Park, was renamed Carr Park on May 17, 2008.
Lloyd H. Carr (born July 30, 1945) was the head coach of the University of Michigan football team, a job he held from 1995 until January 2008. Under Carr, the Wolverines record was 122–40, they won or shared five Big Ten titles (in 1997, 1998, 2000, 2003, and 2004), and the 1997 team was declared the Associated Press national champion.
Born in Hawkins County, Tennessee, Carr moved with his family to Riverview, Michigan when he was ten years old. Carr's picture is still shown in the Riverview Community High School gym lobby, he quarterbacked the Pirates to a 1962 State Championship. A talented athlete, Carr played college football at University of Missouri, and later at Northern Michigan University (NMU) while earning his M.A. in education administration. He was a star quarterback at NMU and led the Wildcats to an undefeated season after transferring there from Missouri. He also received an honorary PhD from the University of Michigan shortly after retiring.