The Michigan Wolverines will honor Lloyd Carr, Gary Moeller and Al Glick as honorary captains for the Army game.
To help honor #Michigan coaches with 20+ years, Jim Harbaugh said on his podcast this week Lloyd Carr, Gary Moeller and Al Glick will serve as honorary captains for the Sept. 7 game vs. Army.— Aaron McMann (@AaronMcMann) July 16, 2019
Carr coached the Wolverines from 1995-2007 and earned five Big Ten Titles and a National Championship. With a 122-40 record, Carr is one of the most revered coaches in the program’s history.
Gary Moeller coached from 1990-94. Both Moeller and Carr were trained under the legendary Bo Schembechler from 1980-89. The Wolverines were 44-13-3 in his five seasons with Michigan. He led the Wolverines to back-to-back Rose Bowls in 1991-92 winning one of the two.
The only non-coach on the list is Al Glick, who is one of the most influential donors. He co-founded Alro Steel with his brother Robert, which helped him come to the financial standpoint he is at today. The Michigan football indoor practice facility is known as the Al Glick Fieldhouse after he donated $8.7 million.
These three will take the field with the team before Michigan takes on Army on Sept. 7.