Two head coaches that were in the Super Bowl were Lovie Smith (Bears), and Tony Dungy (Colts).
head coach: Vince Lombardi
On February 4, 2007, Super Bowl XLI (41) was the first where both head coaches were black. Tony Dungy was the head coach of the Indianapolis Colts, and Lovie Smith was the head coach of the Chicago Bears. The Colts won the game 29-17 to make Tony Dungy the first black head coach to win an NFL Super Bowl.
Vince Lombardi and Bill Walsh.
Mike Holmgren and Bill Parcells.
Head coaches Don McCafferty of the Baltimore Colts who won Super Bowl V and George Seifert of the San Francisco 49ers who won Super Bowl XXIV each won the Super Bowl in their first (rookie) season as head coach.
The only African-American head coaches to lose in Super Bowl competition were Lovie Smith of the Chicago Bears (Super Bowl XLI), Jim Caldwell of the Indianapolis Colts (Super Bowl XLIV) and Mike Tomlin (Super Bowl XLV). Smith's Bears lost to the Colts team coached by Tony Dungy, the first African-American head coach to win a Super Bowl. Tomlin's first Super Bowl appearance as a head coach was a victorious one. His Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Arizona Cardinals, 27-23.
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The biggest win of Dungy's career came against his close friend and protege, Bears coach Lovie Smith. They were the first black head coaches in the 41-year history of the Super Bowl.
Tony Dungy and Mike Tomlin
Don McCafferty (Colts, Super Bowl V) and George Seifert (49ers, XXIV) were rookie head coaches and both won the Super Bowl