Butler men's basketball coach Brad Stevens is staying put - at least for now.
Several reports this week had Stevens as UCLA's top pick for their new men's basketball coach.
A report from ESPN out Friday indicates that Stevens will stay at Butler, although he also told ESPN that he wouldn't comment on any rumors.
Earlier Friday Stevens posted to Twitter, "Love walking thru Hinkle [Fieldhouse] in the morning... Anxious to get started on our spring workouts next week."
UCLA is among the nation's most prestigious coaching jobs in college basketball. Stevens' annual income is $1.2 million a year, and he signed a contract extension through the 2021-22 season.