NFL Network analyst Heath Evans, who happened to play fullback for Auburn from 1998 to 2000, had some interesting words after the Tigers’ game against LSU on Saturday.

Apparently, he wants the Auburn job.

Evans listed several items — a resume of sorts — to provide evidence that he would be a successful head coach at his alma mater, despite the fact that he’s never coached college football a day in his life.

Evans pointed out that he would do the job for less pay than what current head coach Gus Malzahn is making. He also said he’d “gladly spearhead” fundraising efforts and mentioned that his NFL connections are as good as any coach in the state of Alabama.

He finished by asking, “What other coaching candidate would have recommendation letters from 2 Super Bowl winning head coaches?”

Pretty compelling stuff.