Robert Harris

Robert Harris

Robert Harris is the head strength coach for men’s basketball at the University of Kentucky. Prior to joining the staff at Kentucky, he had a brief stint with the Arkansas Razorbacks football program from 2013-2014. Coach Harris began his career as an intern with the Ohio state Buckeyes spending time with the football program as well as working with Olympic sports, and was then hired by the Cincinnati Bengals as a strength and conditioning assistant and worked there for two seasons. Coach Harris received his bachelor's degree from Kentucky State University and his master's degree from Eastern Kentucky University. Harris is certified by the CSCCA, FMS, NASE and USAW.

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