Being the second leading rusher at Michigan as a sophomore wasn't enough for Chris Perry. He wanted to be first, and sought out coach Lloyd Carr in an effort to gain more playing time.Perry expected the coach to ease his concerns and promise to get him the ball more often. That's usually how a coach tries to placate someone seeking more playing time. Instead, he got a different reply.
Michigan's Perry a Real Workhorse
"He said, 'If you don't feel you're playing enough, maybe you should go someplace else,'-" Perry recalled.He seriously thought about moving to an SEC or AC...