Sorry the image quality isn't that great, but the lead headline in today's Tampa Tribune says it all. Nice Guys Finish First, with Martin Fennelly's column below.
Tony Dungy, who coached the Indianapolis Colts to victory in Super Bowl XLI last night in Miami, is still beloved by many throughout the Tampa Bay area five years after he was fired as head coach of the Buccaneers. The pictures of Dungy on the night he was sacked, carrying his own boxes to his car in a pouring rain outside One Buc Place without any aid, still rubs many people the wrong way. He's a man of class, dignity, and tremendous faith, and he indeed showed the world that Nice Guys Finish First.
You can read Fennelly's column by clicking here.