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Lloyd Carr LAST FINAL GAME photo picture print
Photo #1143 (Use this photo number when ordering)
by Jan Kaulins
LLOYD CARR FINAL LAST GAME MICHIGAN STADIUM picture photo print poster for sale - Coach Lloyd Carr at UofM Michigan Stadium U of M Ann Arbor photo picture print for sale. This color Coach Lloyd Carr photo print is MADE FROM AN ORIGINAL BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPH THAT HAS BEEN HAND-COLORED by artist/photographer Jan Kaulins. It is a wonderful photo of Coach Lloyd Carr at Michigan Stadium at his FINAL GAME at Michigan Stadium in 2007. A composed Coach Carr stands calmly with his hands in his back pockets as several of his star players, including Mark Hart #20, Mario Manningham #86 and Jake Long #77, approach the sidelines. Imagine all the things running through Coach Carr's head as he stands on the sidelines with his much beloved Michigan Wolverines for his last game at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor before a filled to capacity sold out crowd.
Carr's collegiate coaching career started with two seasons as an assistant coach at Eastern Michigan University (1976-77), followed by two seasons as an assistant coach at Illinois (1978-79). Carr then moved on to Michigan where he served as an assistant under Bo Schembechler (1980-89) and Gary Moeller (1990-94). Carr was the team's defensive secondary coach for his first seven seasons and then defensive coordinator from 1987 until 1994. He also held the title of assistant head coach from 1990 to 1994.
Right before Carr signed with Michigan he got an offer from Ohio State University. Carr was named Michigan's interim head coach on May 13, 1995, following the resignation of Gary Moeller nine days earlier due to off-the-field trouble. Though athletic director Joe Roberson initially declared that Carr was not a candidate in the search for Moeller's permanent replacement, Roberson reversed his earlier position and gave Carr the job permanently on November 13, 1995 after he posted an 8-2 record through his first ten games as head coach. His very first game as head coach, at home against Virginia in late August 1995, was at the time Michigan's largest ever comeback win, from 17-0 down.
In 1997, Carr's team defeated Ohio State, 20-14, making him the third Michigan coach to defeat Ohio State in each of his first three games, following Fielding Yost and Fritz Crisler. The Wolverines concluded that season with a win over Washington State in the Rose Bowl, after which Michigan was named national champions by the Associated Press.
During the 2003 season, Carr joined Yost, Bennie Oosterbaan and Schembechler as the only coaches in school history to serve for more than 100 career games. The Wolverines also won consecutive Big Ten championships in 2003 and 2004, earning the school's 18th and 19th appearances in the Rose Bowl game. In 2005, Carr recorded his 100th career victory, against Iowa. He ranks third in school history in career victories, behind only Schembechler (194) and Yost (165).
This is a wonderful U of M Michigan Wolverine Coach Lloyd Carr hand-colored photo taken during his last game as Coach of The Wolverines at Michigan Stadium.
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