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C’est La Vie, Tony Dungy


Tony Dungy may not have been the greatest head coach to ever put on a head-set, but he certainly was no slouch either.

A man who set the table for Jon Gruden to win a Super Bowl in Tampa Bay, before winning one outright himself, in Indianpolis, leaves the game today as more than just the first black head-coach to ever win the Super Bowl.

Dungy was a true leader, exemplifying the new-school philosophy of coaching, which goes against everything the Mike Ditka, Bill Parcells, and Jimmy Johnsons of the NFL have ever previously believed; one doesn’t have to be loud, to be heard.

So Tony, NFL fans everywhere will miss you, and Colts fans most of all.

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  1. Doug
    January 12, 2009 at 3:07 PM

    It’ll be sad to see a class act like Dungy leave. He should have gone out on top after his Colts won the SuperBowl a few years back.

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