Dungy's mild temperament has attention of Colts

Updated: October 4, 2003, 2:01 AM ET

INDIANAPOLIS -- Tony Dungy strolls the sideline stoically.

The Indianapolis Colts understand that's his image.

In the locker room, in meetings and at practice, players see a different coach, one determined to get things right.

"We know when he's happy and we know when he's mad," defensive tackle Larry Tripplett said with a laugh Friday. "He's different than most people, but we know."

On the field, Dungy acts like a consummate professional -- calm, relaxed and instructive ...

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