An Even Better First for the Super Bowl

I thought Colts’ Coach Tony Dungy’s answer to questions about being the first black head coach to win the Super Bowl was outstanding. Here’s the full story, in case you missed it.

Three observations:

  1. Obviously, it’s amazing when a man of character and integrity like Dungy proclaims so unmistakenly his faith in Christ.
  2. Both Dungy and Smith obviously understand the significance of being the first two black head coaches to be in a Super Bowl. But they did not fan the flame that the media was trying to set ablaze. They know it’s most important to be respected for their faith and character and accomplishments among all mankind before they are recognized under the subset of a race.
  3. Why would Bloomberg skip the part in the quote about “doing it the Lord’s way?” What does that tell you about Bloomberg? What could you tell Bloomberg about it? Here’s a link to their feedback page, just in case you want to give them some. I am.
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3 responses to “An Even Better First for the Super Bowl

  1. Well, you could go as far as his name Bloom-BERG. Not commenting on his race or anything, but he’s a Jew. They tend not to like those Christian things (such as the Lord) unless they are a completed Jew.

  2. John, good point. No excuse to leave out what even the coach himself was saying is a bigger deal than being the first black head coach to win a Super Bowl.

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