Coach Carr's charitable contributions do not go unnoticed
In the Sunday, June 11, 2006 edition of the Detroit Free Press there is an extensive article by Mark Snyder profiling Coach Carr and highlighting Lloyd's charitable activities particularly the car wash which took place the previous day. There is also a separate article by Mark Snyder regarding the particulars of the car wash which includes descriptions of how the players danced to the tunes spun by DJ Morgan Trent while they were washing cars. There is also a link embedded on that page which will take you to a series of Free Press photos from the car wash.
Although everyone involved in the car wash obviously had a lot of fun there was a serious purpose being served beyond merely raising funds for the hospital. Such events bring home to the players the responsiblitly they have in the community as it is a privilege to be a Michigan Wolverine football player. Rick Leach mentioned on WTKA-AM (1050) during the radiothon on Wednesday that Bo strongly felt this way and obviously this philosophy continues to this day. It is this kind of thinking that makes a player a "Michigan Man". Go Blue!
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