Of course, in the early days of football, there were no black head coaches, so it was difficult for them to lead a team to the Superbowl or anywhere else. You have to consider that when you note that it took until 2007 for this to happen.
Edit: Justine, actually there is a Hispanic Heritage Month--it is celebrated from Sept. 15th to October 15th. March is Women's History month. Plus, I'm sure you've heard of St. Patrick's Day, which honors the Irish. Columbus Day honors Italian Americans, and Steuben Day is set aside to honor German-Americans. For most of our history, every month was white (male, Christian) American history month.
Get the chip off your shoulder, OK? You got any other ethnic group that was brought here in chains?
Edit: Isn't it interesting how questions like this bring the racists out from under their rocks? How can anyone thumbs-down the idea that this is a good thing and a sign of progress?