Lloyd Carr’s 5-Star QB Grandson Spurns Michigan to Commit to Notre Dame

One hundred twenty-two wins. Five Big Ten championships. One national championship. Those are the numbers Lloyd Carr put up as Michigan’s head football coach from 1995-2007. And I hope Wolverines fans appreciate all that, because even his own family sure doesn’t seem to.

Carr’s grandson C.J., a 5-star quarterback in the 2024 class, stuck a dagger in his grandfather’s heart and committed to Notre Dame on Thursday. He honestly could have told his grandpa to go fuck himself to his face and it would have been more respectful.

It’s one thing when you see the kid at Georgia whose dad played sparingly at Florida in the 80s. But when your grandfather is in the College Football Hall of Fame and only had a head coaching job at one school in his entire career, you don’t spurn him for one of said school’s sworn enemies. This generation has lost all respect for its elders.

I hope Lloyd Carr called Jim Harbaugh and dog cussed him up and down for not being able to land what should have been the easiest 5-star in college football history.