I've heard reports that Lloyd looked really angry headed out of the Big House on Saturday.
Why might a man who witnessed such a TREMENDOUS victory by the program he devoted most of his life to sport such a sour look immediately after the game?
Some say it is because he wants Rich Rod to fail and beating ND does not = fail. To me this sounds highly unlikely. He wants RR to fail so desperately that he takes no enjoyment from a Michigan victory over Notre Dame? That is not the way of a Michigan Man!
Who knows why a man sports an angry look at such a seemingly inopportune moment. Could be any number of reasons. (Maybe Ms. Harris asked him why Coach Weis didn't use his two timeouts at the end of the game?) Does anyone have any insight on this? If not, how about a couple of made-up reasons using the word tremendous?
EDIT: I don't think Carr was angry b/c Michigan won, whether he likes RR or not, I'm sure he always roots for a Michigan victory. However, since the rumor is out there, I wondered if anyone had any inside knowledge.