Colts Classics with Tony Dungy presented by Huntington Bank

Tune in for fan favorite games with special commentary from former Colts head coach Tony Dungy on CBS4 and FOX59. Games include the 2003 divisional playoff win at Kansas City, the thrilling 2009 matchup against the New England Patriots, Super Bowl XLI versus the Chicago Bears and the historic Monday Night Football comeback at Tampa Bay in 2003. 


Can't wait for football? Don't worry, the wait is over!

Starting this Saturday, tune in for Colts Classics with Tony Dungy, presented by Huntington Bank.

Join former Colts head coach Tony Dungy for a walk down memory lane. Each re-broadcast will feature a fan favorite game from Colts history with brand-new commentary from Coach Dungy.

Don't miss any of the game action. There is no better way to prepare for the regular season!


2003 AFC Divisional Playoff @ Kansas City

Re-Broadcast Date and Time: Saturday, August 22nd @ 7pm
Re-Broadcast Station: CBS4/WTTV

The Colts' offense was firing on all cylinders as they kicked off in the divisional round against the Kansas City Chiefs. 2004's Co-MVP Peyton Manning led the charge in Arrowhead Stadium, accounting for three touchdowns and 304 passing yards on 22-of-30 passing. The game did not only rely on Manning however, with Edgerrin James cutting through the Chiefs defense for 125 rushing yards on 26 carries and a fourth-quarter touchdown that would put the game out of reach for Chiefs, who had not lost at home all season. The divisional victory would lead to a match-up for the AFC with the New England Patriots in Gillette Stadium.

2009 Sunday Night Football vs. New England

Re-Broadcast Date and Time: Sunday, August 30th @ 3pm
Re-Broadcast Station: CBS4/WTTV

4th and 2. Need we say more? The undefeated Indianapolis Colts (8-0) were playing host to their heated rivals, the New England Patriots (6-2), in their 2019 Week 10 matchup at Lucas Oil Stadium, and as usual, the two AFC juggernauts found themselves locked in to an absolute thriller down the stretch. Leading 34-28 with two minutes left in the fourth quarter, the Patriots were facing a 4th and 2 from their own 28-yard line; fearing what a red-hot Peyton Manning could potentially do, even with less-than-ideal field position, however, New England head coach Bill Belichick elected to go for it. Quarterback Tom Brady completed a short pass to running back Kevin Faulk, but he was immediately dragged to the turf by Colts safety Melvin Bullitt, just short of the first down marker. Turnover on downs. Manning & Co. knew what to do from there; he would find wide receiver Reggie Wayne for a one-yard touchdown pass with 13 seconds left, and the extra point from Matt Stover would put the cherry on top in Indy's 35-34 instant classic victory over New England.

Super Bowl XLI vs. Chicago

Re-Broadcast Date and Time: Saturday, September 5th @ 7pm
Re-Broadcast Station: FOX59/WXIN

While a dramatic victory over the New England Patriots in the 2006 AFC Championship Game got one monkey off the Colts' back, they still had unfinished business to take care of. Awaiting them two weeks later in Super Bowl XLI were the NFC champion Chicago Bears, who boasted one of the better defensive units in the league. An at-times driving rainstorm in Miami made for less-than-ideal playing conditions, but after a slow start — the Bears' Devin Hester took the game's opening kickoff to the house for a touchdown — the favored Colts would settle in, thanks in large part to 53-yard touchdown reception by Reggie Wayne midway through the first quarter. The Bears would re-take the lead, 14-6, late in the first quarter, but a 16-0 run by the Colts would give them the lead for good the rest of the way. A 56-yard interception return by Kelvin Hayden would be the cherry on top to a 29-17 victory, clinching the franchise's first Super Bowl title in Indianapolis. Tony Dungy also became the first black head coach in NFL history to win the Super Bowl.

2003 Monday Night Football @ Tampa Bay

Re-Broadcast Date and Time: Sunday, September 6th @ Noon
Re-Broadcast Station: CBS4/WTTV

You probably weren't alone if you turned off the TV when the host Tampa Bay Buccaneers extended their lead over the Colts to 21 points with just more than five minutes left in the fourth quarter of their 2003 Week 5 matchup on Monday Night Football. You also probably weren't alone if you ended up regretting that decision the next morning. In one of the most improbable comeback efforts in league history, the Colts would somehow find all the right breaks to go on a 21-0 run to close out regulation, and then used a Mike Vanderjagt 29-yard field goal in overtime to fly home with a 38-35 victory. It was the first time in NFL history a team had come back to win after trailing by 21 or more points with less than four minutes to go in regulation. A muscular running back by the name of Michael Pittman would run for 106 yards for the Buccaneers in this game; almost 17 years later, the Colts would select his son, USC wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr., with their second-round (34th-overall) pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.


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