Class of 2014 Semifinalist Profile: Tony Dungy

 

FULL NAME

Tony Kevin Dungy

POSITION

Head Coach

DATE OF BIRTH

Oct. 6, 1955

BIRTHPLACE

Jackson, Mich.

HIGH SCHOOL

Parkside (Jackson, Mich.)

COLLEGE

Minnesota

SEASONS/GAMES COACHED

13/208

YEARS/TEAMS
1996-2001
2002-08

 

CAREER STATS
Team Year W L T PCT. W L PCT. W L T PCT.
Tampa Bay 1996 6 10 0 .375              
Tampa Bay 1997 10 6 0 .625 1 1 .5        
Tampa Bay 1998 8 8 0 .5              
Tampa Bay 1999 11 5 0 .688 1 1 .5        
Tampa Bay 2000 10 6 0 .625 0 1 0        
Tampa Bay 2001 9 7 0 .563 0 1 0        
Indianapolis 2002 10 6 0 .625 0 1 0        
Indianapolis 2003 12 4 0 .75 2 1 .667        
Indianapolis 2004 12 4 0 .75 1 1 .5        
Indianapolis 2005 14 2 0 .875 0 1 0        
Indianapolis 2006 12 4 0 .75 4 0 1        
Indianapolis 2007 13 3 0 .813 0 1 0        
Indianapolis 2008 12 4 0 .75 0 1 0        
TOTAL 139 69 0 0.668 9 10 .474 148 79 0 .652
Tampa Bay (1996-2001) 54 42 0 .563 2 4 .333 56 46 0 .549
Indianapolis (2002-08) 85 27 0 .759 7 6 .538 92 33 0 .736

 

CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS

1999 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFC Central Division champions)
2003 Indianapolis Colts (AFC South Division champions)
2004 Indianapolis Colts (AFC South Division champions)
2005 Indianapolis Colts (AFC South Division champions)
2006 Indianapolis Colts (AFC South Division, AFC, Super Bowl XLI champions)
2007 Indianapolis Colts (AFC South Division champions)

HALL OF FAME SEMIFINALIST

(1) 2014

DID YOU KNOW?

Following his four-year career as a quarterback at the University of Minnesota, Dungy was signed by the Pittsburgh Steelers and played three seasons (1977-79) at safety.
He became the first African American head coach to win a Super Bowl when the Colts defeated the Chicago  Bears 29-17 in Super Bowl XLI.
Dungy finished his 13-season career with a regular season winning percentage of .668.  Thirteen of the 22 Hall of Fame coaches have a career regular season winning percentage of over .600.



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