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NFL Coaches make history

Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy (left) and Chicago Bears coach Lovie Smith will be the first black head coaches to coach in the Super Bowl in Miami on Feb 4 . (AP/ Getty Images)
The media surround Chicago Bears coach Lovie Smith at the end of practice Friday, Jan. 12. (Jim Prisching / AP)
Head coach Lovie Smith, of the Chicago Bears, receives a Gatorade shower from Adewale Ogunleye No. 93 in the final minute of their 39-14 victory against the New Orleans Saints during the NFC Championship Game. (Al Bello / Getty Images)
Chicago Bears head coach Lovie Smith hugs his wife Mary Ann after the Bears 39-14 victory over the New Orleans Saints at Soldier Field. (Bob Donnan-US PRESSWIRE)
Lovie Smith, left, Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher, right, and Bears quarterback Rex Grossman, center, stand by the Halas NFC Championship trophy. (TANNEN MAURY/ EPA)
Thomas Jones and Lovie Smith celebrate in the final minute of the Bears NFC Championship win. (Al Bello / Getty Images)
Lovie Smith talks to reporters about his NFC Championship victory over the New Orleans Saints and the upcoming Superbowl against the Indianapolis Colts (Jim Prisching / Chicago Tribune)
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning talks with head coach Tony Dungy prior to the AFC Championship Game. (Amy Sancetta / AP)
Indianapolis Colts head coach Tony Dungy reacts to a call during the second quarter of the AFC Championship game against the New England Patriots at the RCA Dome in Indianapolis. (Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE)
Tony Dungy celebrates his team’s 38-34 win over the New England Patriots. (Michael Conroy / AP)
Tony Dungy points skyward after the Colts earned a bid to play the Bears in the Super Bowl. (Andy Lyons / Getty Images)
Colts quarterback Peyton Manning celebrates with Tony Dungy after the win. (Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE)
Tony Dungy holds up the Lamar Hunt Trophy after defeating the New England Patriots. (Michael Conroy, Associated Press)