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Rooting interest sides with Dungy

The Colts' Tony Dungy is the league's winningest coach the past eight seasons, although his postseason record isn't nearly as glittering. The Colts' Tony Dungy is the league's winningest coach the past eight seasons, although his postseason record isn't nearly as glittering. (MICHAEL CONROY/ASSOCIATED PRESS)
By John Powers
Globe Staff / January 21, 2007

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INDIANAPOLIS -- The calls, e-mails, and messages have been coming in all week. The Colts are one game from the Super Bowl and their coach, the NFL's certified Class Act, is on the doorstep (as is Chicago's Lovie Smith) of becoming the first African-American to direct a team in America's ultimate game. (Full article: 1440 words)

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