Lloyd Carr retires as Michigan's head football coach just two days after Ohio State beat Michigan for the fourth consecutive year. After being associated with Michigan football for 28 years and head coach for 13 of those years, coach Carr leaves with a 121-40 record 5 Big Ten championships and a National Title in 1997.
"It was a sad scene," defensive tackle Will Johnson said. "There have been clues and stuff. I think people expected him to retire. ... He's a great coach, a great man that I respected. I'm going to miss him being here. He taught a lot of great life lessons."