I have been a fan of the Manning family ever since Archie Manning played football at Ole Miss and the New Orleans Saints. So naturally I was excited to see quarterback Peyton Manning, son of Archie Manning, and the Indianapolis Colts win the Super Bowl.
But I'm more proud of Tony Dungy, the coach, who said that he was glad to be the first African-American coach to win the Super Bowl, but he was even more happy about doing it in a Christ-like way, and getting to play against another fine Christian coach, Lovie Smith of the Chicago Bears. Read the article here. Kudos to coach Dungy; what a great role model.
On the other hand, boo hiss and thumbs down to the NFL, for telling a church they cannot show the Super Bowl on a large screen and share the gospel, while at the same time the NFL says its okay for sports bars to show the game on large screens to people as they get sloshed. Read that article here.