Friends, family support former Michigan football coach Lloyd Carr as he's inducted into College Football Hall of Fame
They all understood what former Michigan football coach Lloyd Carr said about being inducted Tuesday into the College Football Hall of Fame in a ceremony at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York.
"If you're the coach at Michigan, you have to win," Carr said, The Detroit Free Press reported. "You've got so many advantages. ... I had the great fortune to be mentored by a guy like Bo and be at a place like Michigan. ... We didn't have all great players, but this was the magic of what Bo believed in. The whole is greater than the sum of its parts."
More than former assistants were there for Carr, who compiled a record of 122-40 in 13 seasons as the head coach at Michigan, the Free Press reported. A reception for Carr put on by Stephen Ross included "hundreds" of supporters, the paper reported.