Michigan football coach Lloyd Carr will hold a news conference Monday morning amid reports he will step down after the season.
Carr usually holds news conferences on the Monday after a game. Speculation has run rampant about the 62-year-old coach's future. Carr said after Saturday's 14-3 loss to Ohio State that there would be a day to discuss his future, but "this isn't it."
Cornerback Morgan Trent said Carr did not address his future before or after the game.
Carr led the Wolverines to the national championship in 1997. But he's 1-and-6 against Buckeyes coach Jim Tressel (TRES'-ul) following Saturday's loss.
The Wolverines would have clinched a trip to the Rose Bowl by beating the Buckeyes. Instead they are 8-and-4 this season, 6-and-2 in the Big Ten.
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