Catching Up With: Former RB Chris Floyd 

June, 21, 2012
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Chris Floyd won a national championship at Michigan in 1997 and as a fullback blocked for some of the best backs in Michigan history, including Tim Biakabutuka and Anthony Thomas.

After gaining 623 yards on 148 carries and scoring two touchdowns during his Michigan career, Floyd went on to have a three-year NFL career before retiring in 2000. Since then, he's picked up a Master's degree and worked with children. He catches WolverineNation up on that, plus reveals he almost didn't stick around for the national title season.
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