POSTED Saturday, February 3, 2007.
|"I’m very proud to be the first African American head coach in the Super Bowl along with my friend Lovie Smith. But more than that the fact you have two Christian coaches who show you can do things a different way....I’m more proud of that than anything else.”|
MIAMI (BP)--Athletes in Action celebrated its 19th Annual Super Bowl Breakfast with Tony Dungy as the first-ever Super Bowl coach to appear in person a day before the most pivotal juncture in his coaching life.
“We usually have special team practice and meetings the day before a game,” Dungy said, “but because I’m the boss, I can set the schedule. So we just pushed everything back today to be here.”
Denver Broncos safety John Lynch was given the prestigious Bart Starr Award for his longtime excellence on and off the field, but the clear highlight of the program was the appearance by Dungy and his wife Lauren. Read More