A biography of the coach of the Indianapolis Colts and the first African American football coach to lead his team to a Superbowl victory concentrates on his religious life as well as his career in football.
When Tony Dungy led the Indianapolis Colts to Super Bowl glory in 2006 he made history, becoming the first African-American coach to win in American football's greatest stage. More importantly to Dungy, he won his way, always putting family, faith, and human decency first, even in a sport known for violence and histrionics. In his memoir, co-written with Nathan Whitaker, and with a special forward by Denzel Washington, Dungy shows how a soft-spoken man with simple values led the Colts to greatness.
- Self Improvement, Biography + Autobiography
- Spiritual, Religious, Sports
- June 1, 2008
- May 1, 2008
- Tony Dungy, Nathan Whitaker