Colts coach stands alone in history

After his Colts dispatched Lovie Smith's Chicago Bears 29-17, Tony Dungy stood alone in history.

Updated: February 5, 2007, 12:43 PM ET
By Greg Garber | ESPN.com

MIAMI -- As he stood on the podium, amid the swirling confetti in the middle of Dolphin Stadium, Colts head coach Tony Dungy thought of NFL assistant coaches such as Jimmy Ray, Sherman Lewis, Lionel Taylor and all the others who preceded him.

"Great coaches," Dungy said later, "that I know could have done this if they'd been given the opportunity. I feel good I was the first one to do it and represent the guys who came before me. I dedicate the game to them."

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