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If so, she was quickly enlightened during Tuesday's episode of the Facebook Watch series. I feel that way. Giannulli, 21, who admitted to nerves but said she considered the show a safe and open space, denied that she was seeking sympathy.
She said she's trying to overcome her sheltered perspective and find a way to contribute. I can recognize that going forward.
The Bucs were hobbled by constant changes to the offensive coordinator position; QB Shaun King had to work with three different coordinators in three years.
Dungy was fired on January 14, due to the club's repeated losses in the playoffs. Additionally, owner Malcolm Glazer felt Dungy's offense was too conservative.
Dungy thus became the first coach in Bucs history to leave the team with a winning record. Though Dungy was fired the prior season and replaced with Jon Gruden , Dungy has been credited for constructing the team.
On January 22, , Dungy was hired as head coach of the Indianapolis Colts ,  a team that at the time was very potent offensively, but very weak defensively.
He installed his " Tampa 2 " defense immediately and continued to retool the Colts' defense to his liking during his tenure.
After joining the Colts, Dungy left the high-powered offense previously installed there by Jim Mora , in both playing style and in personnel, virtually unchanged.
Dungy was reunited with Tom Moore , who was retained as offensive coordinator. Moore and Dungy had previously worked together at Minnesota and Pittsburgh.
During his early tenure in Indianapolis, Dungy struggled to fix the Colts' defense and had mixed results in the postseason. In his first season at Indianapolis, the Colts were shut out 41—0 by the New York Jets in a first-round playoff game, and the team lost postseason games to the New England Patriots in both in the AFC championship game and in the second round of the playoffs.
The Colts focused on defensive improvements during the offseason, signing five-year defensive tackle Corey Simon.
Widely expected to be a Super Bowl contender, the Colts won their first 13 games, prompting much speculation about the possibility of the Colts becoming the NFL's first team to finish the season undefeated since the Miami Dolphins.
Their thirteenth win guaranteed the Colts home field advantage throughout the playoffs. With nothing to play for except the chance to go unbeaten, the Colts lost their 14th game to the San Diego Chargers.
The Colts played their starters sparingly in the last two games. This loss made the Colts the first team to ever start a season 13—0 and not reach the Super Bowl.
The Colts ' playoff run was characterized by a marked improvement in defensive play, as the Colts defeated the Kansas City Chiefs , holding one of the NFL's best running backs to less than 50 yards, and upset the favored Baltimore Ravens in the divisional round.
This was the largest comeback in conference title game history. Dungy twice faced his former team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers , in and , winning both games.
The first game, held in Tampa Bay, saw the Colts rally from a 35—14 deficit late in the fourth quarter to win 38—35 in overtime.
The second game, a home matchup, was less competitive and ended with Indianapolis winning 33— On December 23, , with a win over the Houston Texans , Dungy won his 72nd game as Colts head coach, passing Don Shula to become the coach with most wins in franchise history.
On January 21, , Dungy announced that he would return at least for the season. During the season, the Colts won 12 regular season games, including their last nine straight, clinching a wildcard berth, but were upset 23—17 in overtime by the San Diego Chargers in the wildcard round of the —09 NFL playoffs.
On January 12, , Jim Caldwell , who'd been a long-time Colts assistant, was chosen as the new head coach for the Indianapolis Colts after being named Dungy's eventual successor a year earlier.
Dungy's career has included several notable firsts. Dungy was the first black head coach to win the Super Bowl with the Colts' victory over the Bears in Dungy also became the sixth man to play in a Super Bowl and be the head coach of a Super Bowl team.
Ron Rivera also accomplished this feat with the Carolina Panthers in On offense, Tony Dungy's strategy involved a conservative, ball-control offense based primarily around running the ball and short, high-percentage passes when he was at Tampa Bay.
At Indianapolis, he inherited and kept the offense designed by offensive coordinator Tom Moore because the offense was in the hands of someone he knew and trusted.
On defense, Dungy used a stifling " Cover 2 " style zone defense , which usually was based around a formation of 4 linemen, 3 linebackers, and 4 defensive backs.
The "Cover 2" defense Dungy used involved his linemen rushing the passer, the cornerbacks covering the passing flat area, the linebackers covering the middle of the field, and the safeties providing deep coverage on each half of their respective zones.
While the Cover 2 defense was not a new concept, Dungy contributed to its greater use by systemizing it into an every-down defense. The personnel and techniques that Dungy used in this defense were very specific, and as a result, his style of defense earned the moniker of the " Tampa 2 " around the NFL.
Dungy is also credited with supporting and fostering the development of defensive-minded coaches, notably during his tenure with the Buccaneers.
His contributions have had a great effect on the diversity of the league and helped lead to the institution of the Rooney Rule by Steelers owner Dan Rooney , requiring teams to interview minority coaches.
Among those who have gone on to head coaching positions after working with Dungy include:. Moreover, Rod Marinelli , the defensive line coach under Dungy at Tampa Bay, was the head coach of the Detroit Lions from to Mike Shula , the offensive coordinator under Dungy at Tampa, was the head coach at the University of Alabama from to Jim Caldwell , an assistant under Dungy in Indianapolis, was promoted to head coach in , and coached the Colts for three seasons.
Joe Barry , a linebackers coach under Dungy at Tampa Bay, was the defensive coordinator for the Detroit Lions from to Dungy is listed as not only a part of the Bill Walsh coaching tree , but also a part of the Marty Schottenheimer coaching tree.
The Dungy tree grew from the roots of the Pittsburgh Steelers ' dynasty of the s. He was influenced by the defensive schemes learned under Chuck Noll and Bud Carson.
Dungy stresses that coaches are essentially teachers  who put faith and family ahead of football, do not belittle their players or scream at them, and remain calm when things go badly.
They guide instead of goad, and Lovie Smith found that perhaps the most instructive thing of all.
Smith said, "We talked about how to do it, being a teacher instead of screaming and yelling, all that stuff.
Dungy also learned from Noll that it takes all 53 of the players on the team to win so that a coach should train the 53rd player on the roster as he would the third player, which has become the spine of Dungy's own coaching philosophy,  the Next Man Up theory of calm coaching.
Cam Cameron , former head coach of the Miami Dolphins , highly recommended the book by buying 1, books to give away to football coaches at his preseason coaching clinic in July in South Florida ,  and said:.
In August , President George W. The two-year appointment requires attendance at two in-person meetings per year and quarterly phone conversations with assigned committees.
After receiving the call from President Bush, Dungy remarked "It was something that was really hard to believe. Dungy is an evangelical Christian and at one point in his coaching career considered leaving football for the prison ministry.
Dungy's tenure in Tampa Bay as the head coach of the Buccaneers brought greater attention to his personal accomplishments outside of sports. He has been active in many community service organizations in the cities in which he has coached.
He began a mentoring program for young people called Mentors for Life, and provided Buccaneers' tickets for the participants.
Basket of Hope is a national non-profit organization which began in Tony is the National Spokesperson for Basket of Hope and delivers the baskets filled with age and gender appropriate toys, games and craft items to Riley Hospital for Children.
Along with the baskets, he delivers a Hope Tote, which includes Quiet Strength, a journal, Bible, Christian music, and other inspirational materials.
After Michael Sam , an openly gay player, was drafted by the St. The comment drew criticism from some who viewed it as homophobic.
Dungy is married to Lauren Harris Dungy of Pittsburgh  and the couple have seven children together; two daughters and five sons.
Their oldest son died by suicide at age 18, outside of Tampa in Dungy's son Eric played football at the University of Oregon for three seasons before transferring to the University of South Florida for his final season in An avid football and soccer fan, she plans to pursue a career in professional sports before becoming a personal trainer, opening a fitness studio and training student athletes in need of coaching and mentorship.
Maker, a former teammate of Angelakos at Pompano Beach High School, wants to pursue the legal field as a future civil rights attorney. Currently attending the University of Central Florida, she has the long-term goal of creating policies that will bring equality to work environments and close the wage gap between men's and women's professional athletics.
Rayburn is no stranger to the Buccaneers' efforts in the realm of girls in football. It was just awesome.
They need someone to let them know to start watching it. Just knowing that I got a scholarship doing something that means so much to me, it means everything.
A four-day event at the Buccaneers' AdventHealth Training Center, it brings together more than 50 high school teams and over 1, student athletes in a round robin-style competition.
The Preseason Classic and the Girls In Football Scholarship are just two of the ways the organization has been committed to growing the game of football and prioritizing gender equality.
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