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July 22, 2007

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Sharon

With all of the negative activities in which professional athletes have been participating and CAUGHT in recent months/years, it is refreshing to hear of someone who is head and shoulders above them. Like you said, finally someone in the sports world that parents can actually feel good about their kids looking up to. I do not look at professional athletes as "heroes" and could never understand why they are considered as such, but I think Tony Dungy might just be the first one with which I can associate the word "hero".

Pat Coyle

Did you know that Tony's got a blog?

You should check it out: www.mycolts.net/tonydungy

Michael

Dungy's book truly inspiring, it is nice to see that even today a man with a good Christian background can be a solid role model to the masses. It's just too bad that his son is rotting in hell.

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