ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP)—Lloyd Carr, who led Michigan to the national football championship in 1997 and five Big ten titles, is stepping down as the Wolverines’ associate athletic director Sept. 1.
Carr, 64, coached Michigan’s football team in 1995-2008. His teams had a record of 122-40 (81-23 Big Ten).
“I am thankful for the wonderful opportunity to assist two great coaches here,” Carr said Tuesday. “Most of all, I am thankful for the young men I coached and for all the memories I have from my time at Michigan.”