Lloyd Carr's 12-year coaching tenure: A tale of two halves
Coach Carr just completed his 12th season as the Wolverines Head Coach. In the first six years, Michigan was 5-1 against OSU and 4-2 in bowl games. Michigan amassed four consecutive bowl victories during that span and captured the 1997 AP National Championship. However, for as much success as the Wolverines enjoyed during the first half of Coach Carr's tenure, it has endured that much heartache in the second half of his reign. Michigan has gone 1-5 against OSU the past 6 seasons and is 1-5 in bowl games with four consecutive losses. Michigan has lost its final two games of the season in four of the past six seasons including this year. Go Blue!
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