South Dakota State University men's basketball coach Scott Nagy was one of the first coaches in the country to participate in Samaritan's Feet, a charity that provides shoes for needy children. He's no longer alone.
High school and college coaches throughout the Dakotas and Minnesota are now coaching in bare feet to support the cause. Men's basketball coaches at three colleges in the Fargo and Moorhead, Minn., metropolitan area are going shoeless in the next week.
Nagy coached his first game without shoes more than six years ago, a couple of years after he adopted a daughter from Haiti. Last summer, to support the charity, Nagy took his team to Haiti, where they delivered shoes to hundreds of children.
Nagy says he's pleased that others are backing the charity.
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