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Rush Is Wrong (On Lovie and Tony)

Rush Limbaugh just made a mistake (it doesn't happen very often).  I think he just said that Lovie Smith and Tony Dungy are the first two professed Christian coaches to face each other in a Super Bowl.

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... It happened at least once before:  Redskins coach Joe Gibbs and Denver Bronco's coach Dan Reeves -- both professed Christians -- faced off in Super Bowl XXII.

Interestingly, this was also the fist Super Bowl to feature a black quarterback (Doug Williams).

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