If I am Dan Hurley I am not going anywhere and staying right in Storrs Connecticut with UConn.  He has started a dynasty with winning back to back national championships and dominating the field.  What makes it even more impressive is with how difficult it is to manage and coach teams in the modern age of college basketball.  With the transfer portal and NIL money everything gets complicated and UConn it's three top scorers last season.  Below is my quick take on this as seen in the Times Union:
If head coach Dan Hurley stays at UConn, they could make another run at a National Title next season. If Hurley doesn't follow the money to Kentucky, he will have the Huskies in position to win their third straight NCAA Championship. What Hurley has done is the best two run in the history of men's college basketball because he didn't bring back the same team that won the championship in 2023. Hurley had to revamp the roster and still had the best team this season. Hurley recruits and coaches at the highest level and that was very evident this season and he will do it again just a matter of when and with what school.
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I highly doubt that Dan Hurley will take the Kentucky job but everyone does have a price at the end of the day.  UConn could three peat next year and as long as Hurley remains the head coach which I'm confident that he will.  Hurley is the bets coach in all of college basketball and it is not even close.

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