Former coach Lloyd Carr honored 

November, 19, 2011
11/19/11
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Former Michigan football coach Lloyd Carr sat in front of the media after Michigan's 45-17 win over Nebraska on Saturday.

"This is a little bit nicer press room," Carr said of the renovated Michigan Stadium.

Carr retired after the 2007 season with a 122-40 record during his 13 seasons as head coach. He spent 28 years on the Michigan football staff, working as a defensive backs coach and as a defensive coordinator under Gary Moeller and Bo Schembechler.
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