Lloyd Carr completed his 13-year career as Michigan’s head coach with a thrilling 41-35 victory over No. 9 Florida in the 2008 Capital One Bowl. Carr compiled a 122-40 overall record during his career and led the Wolverines to six 10-win seasons. He guided U-M to the 1997 national championship and five Big Ten Conference crowns.
In addition to his work on the football field, Carr has been involved in the University, community and coaching fraternity. He has been active in support of women’s athletics, endowing a women’s athletics scholarship that is presented annually to a U-M female student-athlete. He initiated the Women’s Football Academy and U-M Men’s Fantasy Football Experience which donate all proceeds to the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center. He also served on the NCAA Rules Committee and was a member of the American Football Coaches Association Board of Trustees.