Two years ago, Tony Dungy became the first black coach to win a Super Bowl. Well on Monday, Tony Dungy tore down another racial barrier as he became the first black coach to retire as head coach from the Indianapolis Colts in 2009. Wipes teardrops from cheek. It did not take long for the Colts to find a guy capable of saying run or pass and then watching Peyton Manning do all the work as Dungy will be replaced by long time assistant Jim Caldwell. What's next for Coach Dungy? Look for the first black football analyst with freckles that coached Peyton Manning to be all over your television sets in 2009.