1970-3: Carr was the assistant coach at Belleville High School in Belleville, Mich.
Carr’s coaching at the high school level
1973-6: He was the head coach at John Glenn High school in Westland, Mich.
Carr’s collegiate coaching career, starting as a defensive backs coach
1976-77: He coached at Eastern Michigan.
1977-78: Carr followed by two seasons at Illinois (1978-79) before arriving at Michigan.
Carr’s start at Michigan, serving 15 years under Bo Schembechler (1980-89) and Gary Moeller (1990-94)
1980: Carr joined the Michigan staff as the defensive secondary coach.
1987: Carr became defensive coordinator.
1990: Carr moved into the position of assistant head coach/defensive coordinator.
Carr’s leadership at Michigan
May 16, 1995: Officially named 17th head coach at Michigan by Athletic Director Joe Roberson.
1997: Carr’s Wolverines win the National Championship in a 21-16 Rose Bowl victory over Washington State.
Michigan won five Big Ten titles under Carr: 1997, 1998 (T-first), 2000 (T-first), 2003, 2004.
Under Carr’s leadership, Michigan always won at least seven games a season and always made a bowl game appearance.
Carr owns the second-best winning percentage of all Michigan coaches in Michigan Stadium at 74-12 (.860).
Charles Woodson (CB/WR) won the Heisman Trophy in 1997 while playing for Carr.
Carr’s coaching honors
1997: American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Coach of the Year
1997: Football News Coach of the Year
1997: Paul “Bear” Bryant Coach of the Year
1997: Walter Camp Coach of the Year
1997: AFQ/Schutt Coach of the Year
1997: Woody Hayes College Football Coach of the Year
2006: AFCA Regional Coach of the Year
– NICOLE AUERBACH