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Tubby Smlth Part of ,
Operat1on Hardwood II ,
UK Coach Tubby Smith traveled to Kuwait along with 12 other NCAA coaches  
and sports personalities to coach a military team in the Operation Hardwood l*’§
ll basketball tournament. Smith coached troops from one of the Camp Arifjan   .
teams. ln addition. coaches had the opportunity to ride in a tank, a Bradley fight- i  _
ing vehicle as well as ride a camel.'[he coaches visited troops at the Camp Arifjan .  ’  » t
medical hospital, toured the Humvee up—armor facility, stayed in Army barracks, · ,  It
and held a basketball clinic for Kuwaiti children in Kuwait City. Other coaches   ~ M
participating included Tom Izzo of Michigan State, Mark Gottfried of Alabama, g
Gary Williams of Maryland. Dave Odom of South Carolina, Kelvin Sampson of i
Indiana. Rick Barnes ofTexas. Bobby Lutz of UNC Charlotte, Jim Crews of West ' `
Point. Reggie Menton of the U.S. Air Force Academy, Billy Lange of the U.S. Na- .
val Academy. and ESPN analyst Jay Bilas.
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