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January 21, 2008

Dungy: Nothing has Changed: Tony Dungy will coach at least one more year in Indianapolis.

posted by Ghastly1 to football at 04:35 PM - 5 comments

Tony dungy has been a symbol of class in a league that tends to marginalize it. Im not a fan of the colts, but i always root for this mans success. I dont know what will happen to the colts whenever he does leave, but the league will certainly miss him. For now i celebrate the fact that i get to appreciate the quiet dignity he brings to the league, for another year, even if i do so while rooting against his team.

posted by elijahin24 at 05:02 PM on January 21

That's absolutely correct. There isn't a classier act in all of football, or probably any other sport for that matter. He will be sorely missed when he does go. With that said, I think Jim Caldwell will make a good replacement for him when he does leave. He is a very good coach as well.

posted by indycoltsfan at 05:07 PM on January 21

Letís not forget the personal loses and sacrifices Dungy has suffered for his team...

posted by Goyoucolts at 07:51 PM on January 21

Jim Caldwell is all set to take over the reins as soon as Dungy decides to give them up.Not only is Dungy a class act,but Caldwell also seems dedicated to wait until that happens.Both are classy guys,and not many such as Caldwell to sit and wait until a head coach waits and decides his fate with the team as the head coach.

posted by Ghastly1 at 10:24 PM on January 21

One more year, if that's the case, is fine, for I agree Dungy is a classy guy. I still think a man of his caliber, demeanor, and intelligence, has much more to offer to both his family and other possible endeavors in society than he can achieve by coaching a bunch of millionaires in a game. The financial benefits would be much different, and the notoriety almost non-existent, but I honestly think his true calling is to come when he leaves football.

posted by dyams at 07:34 AM on January 22

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