Colts Top Bears to Claim Super Bowl Title The Indianapolis Colts overcome heavy rain and the Chicago Bears for a 29-17 victory in Sunday's Super Bowl. Colts' quarterback Peyton Manning was named the game's MVP. Tony Dungy is the first black coach to win the championship.
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Colts Top Bears to Claim Super Bowl Title

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Colts Top Bears to Claim Super Bowl Title

Colts Top Bears to Claim Super Bowl Title

Colts Top Bears to Claim Super Bowl Title

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Indianapolis Colts' safety Bob Sanders returns a fourth-quarter interception as coach Tony Dungy raises a fist in triumph. Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images hide caption

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Indianapolis Colts' safety Bob Sanders returns a fourth-quarter interception as coach Tony Dungy raises a fist in triumph.

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The Indianapolis Colts overcome heavy rain and the Chicago Bears for a 29-17 victory in Sunday's Super Bowl.

The Colts' quarterback, Peyton Manning — one of the most highly regarded talents in the game — was named the game's MVP despite throwing an early interception.

Tony Dungy became the first black coach to win a Super Bowl. The win came against his protege, Bears' coach Lovie Smith. The two were the first black head coaches in the 41-year history of the Super Bowl.