Ex-Michigan football coach Lloyd Carr to be part of Hall of Fame celebration at Sugar Bowl
The only Michigan football coach to win a Bowl Championship Series game will be in attendance as the Wolverines go for another.
Former Michigan coach Lloyd Carr will be honored as part of the 2011 National Football Foundation Hall of Fame Salute, which will be held at this year's Sugar Bowl on Jan. 3.
The inductees will take part in pregame festivities, which will include an on-field introduction prior to kick. In addition, the hall of famers will partake in a variety of activities throughout New Orleans leading up to the game.
Carr won Michigan's lone BCS bowl when a Tom Brady-led Wolverine squad was able to grab a 35-34 overtime win over Alabama in the 2000 Orange Bowl.