Congress Honors Lovie Smith and Tony Dungy

Americans have been playing the game of football since 1869.  For the past four decades, African Americans have dominated the National Football League – as players.  But this Sunday, February 4, 2007, the two competing teams – the Chicago Bears and the Indianapolis Colts – will be led by two African American coaches, Lovie Smith and Anthony “Tony

In wishing good luck and fortune to both teams and its coaches, there is, of course, no way that I know which team will win this Sunday, February 4, 2007.  The sure winners will be the millions of Americans and people throughout the world that will revel not only at the superb athletic skill of the players, but also marvel at the superior intelligence of the Super Bowl’s first African American coaches.