Chad Carr honored with moment of silence before The Game

Lloyd Carr, T.J Carr, Tommy Carr, Tammi Carr, Jason Carr, Chad Carr
FILE - In this Sept. 12, 2015, file photo, former Michigan coach Lloyd Carr, far right, leads his grandsons T.J. and Tommy Carr, daughter-in-law Tammi Carr, and son Jason Carr, far left, holding his son Chad Carr, onto the Michigan Stadium field for the pregame coin toss, before an NCAA college football game against Oregon State in Ann Arbor, Mich. The 5-year-old grandson of former Michigan football coach Lloyd Carr has died more than a year after he was diagnosed with a rare, inoperable form of brain cancer. Chad Carr’s father, Jason Carr, says his son died Monday, Nov. 23, 2015, in the family’s Pittsfield Township home, where the boy had recently entered hospice care. (AP Photo/Tony Ding, File)

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Chad Carr was honored with a moment of silence before No. 12 Michigan played No. 8 Ohio State on Saturday.

The 5-year-old grandson of former Wolverines coach Lloyd Carr died Monday, more than a year after he was diagnosed with brain cancer. His father, Jason, is a former Michigan quarterback, and his mother, Tammi, is a daughter of former Michigan defensive back Tom Curtis.

Carr’s life will be celebrated Sunday at the Saline High School.

His story brought together Michigan’s biggest rivals as he entered hospice. Michigan State and Ohio State players wore helmet decals featuring an image of a boy flexing his muscles and “ChadToughFDN” after the foundation created by his parents.

Michigan’s players have been playing with #CHADTOUGH written with black markers on the back of their helmets.

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