Diandra Loux

reporter covering the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for Sports Illustrated

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This Sunday’s Super Bowl game will be a historic moment for women in sports. For the first time ever, two women will be coaching. They are Maral Javadifar and Lori Locust.

NFL milestone: Two women will coach the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in this year’s Super Bowl

This Sunday’s Super Bowl game will be a historic moment for women in sports. For the first time ever, two women will be coaching. They are Maral Javadifar and Lori Locust.

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