TONY DUNGY: The first Black coach to win a Super Bowl wasnâ€™t always a football favorite. Dungy, the man responsible for turning around the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, was fired after failing to lead the Bucs to the Super Bowlâ€”despite several playoff appearances. The Indianapolis Colts hired him as head-coach and in 2007, he led the Colts to their first Super Bowl win against the Chicago Bears. He was able to do so in spite of the tragic loss of his 18-year-old son. Dungy has three New York Timesâ€™ bestsellers under his belt: Quiet Storm, Uncommon and, the most recent, The Mentor Leader. Heâ€™s also penned a childrenâ€™s book, You Can Do It! After seven years with the Colts, he retired in 2009.