Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Thanks for the memories, Dungy!

After 7 years as the Indianapolis Colts head coach, Tony Dungy is retiring. Dungy is the winningest coach in Colts history and one of the NFL's most respected figures. Yesterday afternoon, he announced is retirement in an emotional press conference at Indiana Farm Burear Football Center. Coach Dungy will forever be known as the man who coached Peyton Manning to his 1st(and hopefully not last) Super Bowl Victory in 2006. During the press conference, Dungy said he really hoped that he could have led his Colts to this years Super Bowl in Tampa, and then retire after the win. We all know how that ended. Coach Dungy will truly be missed by the fans of the Colts. I wish him and his family nothing but the best, and hope his retirement is everything he wanted and more. I just hope he doesn't change his mind. After all, I'm pretty sure it will be hard Jim Caldwell, the newest Head Coach of the Colts, to leave that chair. Good luck Dugy! We're all going to miss you.


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