The University of Connecticut has reached out to Dan Hurley about their vacant men's basketball head coaching job, though no decision is imminent, reports Adam Zagoria.
Pittsburgh has also reached out to Hurley, according to Zagoria.
Hurley, 46, led the University of Rhode Island to the second round of the NCAA tournament the past two seasons. The seventh-seeded Rams lost to Duke on Saturday after beating 10th-seeded Oklahoma on Thursday.
Hurley has been the head coach at Rhode Island for the past six seasons and is one of several names who have been rumored to replace Kevin Ollie, who was fired earlier this month.