LLoyd Carr officially retires from Michigan

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Lloyd Card announced today that he was retiring as Michigans head football coach. It was a rough season which saw the Wolverines lose to Appalachian State and yet another defeat by Ohio State.

The 62-year-old Carr compiled a 121-40 record during his 1995-2007 tenure and ranks seventh among active college coaches with a .752 winning percentage. The biggest stat though, was that he was 9-3 in bowls and against Ohio in his first six years in Ann Arbor and just 2-11 in bowls and against Ohio State his last seven years. Jim Tressel had his number.

Check out the press conference where it was announced.

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