Hello everyone I must say, after the 2001 season, I am really down on this football program right now. They had three bad loses at the end of the year. On top of that, the team got progressively worse after the lost to Michigan State. One can blame John Navarre all they want, but I think that the problem is coaching. Some of the play calls in the Ohio State and Tennessee games were just down right aweful. I know that the running game was bad, and the offense was too one dimensional, but the coaches obviously did a bad job in getting the team ready for the OSU game, and the team was embarrassed in the Citrus Bowl. I think that Lloyd Carr is too conservative with his play calling, and needs to make a philosophy change. With that said, I think that 2002 is going to be a make or break year for this football program. Another bad season is not going to cut it at the University of Michigan, especially with all the talent this team has. If they have another 8-4, 7-5, or even 9-3 season, than I truly think that the Athletic Director is going to have to get rid of Lloyd Carr, and find a new coach. I just find the underachieving to be unacceptable, as well as the bad coaching. Thoughts, anyone?