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Oregon State coach celebrates Valentine's Day with a healthy daughter

February 14, 2014

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/college-basketball/news/20140214/oregon-state-beavers-nate-pomeday-daughter/

 

Source - Sports Illustrated


When Heidi was pregnant, ultrasounds revealed their little girl would be born with clubfoot, which worried the parents-to-be. But after some googling, Heidi discovered that standout athletes like quarterback Troy Aikman and figure skater Kristi Yamaguchi at one time suffered from clubfoot, and that surgery shortly after birth could correct it. Even Angus Brandt, the Beavers' starting center, was born with clubfoot. Dr. Vincent Mosca of Seattle Children’s is featured in this story.

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