DETROIT (AP) -- Tony Dungy says he'll always be a Michigan guy.
That's why the Super Bowl-winning coach, who grew up in Jackson, says he was truly honored to find out he would be inducted into the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame.
Dungy headlines an impressive class that was enshrined Monday night along with Lomas Brown, Tyrone Wheatley, Mark Howe, Steve Smith, Mateen Cleaves, Pamela McGee and Dick Kimball.
Howe joins his father, Gordie, as the first father and son to be inducted into the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame.
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