SAN JOSE -- San Jose State coach Mike MacIntyre has interviewed for the Cal vacancy, according to a source.
The interview occurred Friday outside the Bay Area.
MacIntyre is one of two coaches from the Western Athletic Conference under consideration by the Bears. The other is Louisiana Tech's Sonny Dykes, who is believed to have interviewed over the weekend.
Cal reportedly talked to Kent State's Darrell Hazell, as well. Hazell accepted the Purdue job Tuesday, according to ESPN.
The Bears have not given a timetable for naming a coach to replace Jeff Tedford, who was dismissed two weeks ago.
MacIntyre said Tuesday that he has received some preliminary contact about openings, but added: "I'm not hunting for a job."
MacIntyre said contact has occurred through SJSU athletic director Gene Bleymaier, but the coach declined to identify what schools may have been in touch or how many schools have made contact.
"There's been inquiries about different things, but we like it here, we love it here," MacIntyre said. "That's just the way this business is. When I'm standing here 15 years from now, you'll be asking the same thing, just like they do with Chris Petersen all the time."
Petersen, who is 83-8 in seven years as Boise State's coach, is routinely mentioned in openings at major schools nearly every year.
MacIntyre, in addition to being a candidate at Cal, was rumored to be in the mix at Kentucky before the Wildcats hired Mark Stoops last week.
MacIntyre has roots in the SEC, which had several jobs become available but is down to just Tennessee, with Arkansas hiring Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema and Auburn bringing aboard Arkansas State's Gus Malzahn.
MacIntyre played his first two years of college ball under his father George at Vanderbilt. His coaching career started as a graduate assistant at Georgia and he was an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for four years at Ole Miss.