Hurley turned his focus to owning and breeding thoroughbred race horses after retiring, but lost his stables to foreclosure in 2010. In 2010 he joined his younger brother Dan as a coach for Wagner University and followed him to the University of Rhode Island in March 2012 when Dan was named the school's head basketball coach. In March 2013, Hurley was named the head coach of the State University at New York at Buffalo men's basketball team. He led the Buffalo Bulls to a 19-10 record and their first-ever Mid-American Conference East division title in his first season as coach.
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