Coach, Teacher, Believer

From Newsweek.

For Tony Dungy, there’s a lot more to life than winning the Super Bowl.

“Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy never envisioned becoming the next hot management guru by writing a boastful “How I Won the Super Bowl” book. But so many friends and fans urged him to share his views on faith, family and personal responsibility that Dungy, the first African-American coach to win the big game, decided to seize the championship platform. The result is “Quiet Strength” (Tyndale House. $26.99). While the book provides the requisite football snapshots, Dungy’s tale is one in which God, not Peyton Manning, is the No. 1 quarterback. And the biggest challenges don’t come from the New England Patriots but from life—none more so, in Dungy’s case, than enduring the tragic suicide of his 18-year-old son, Jamie, in 2005. He talked with NEWSWEEK’s Mark Starr.”

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One Response to Coach, Teacher, Believer

  1. Marquis says:

    Tony Dungy is a great human being and respected by so many.

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