Jon Gruden Reveals The 1 College Football Job He'd Love

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Former Las Vegas Raiders head coach John Gruden has already revealed that he would love another shot at coaching.

"I'm ashamed of what went into these emails, and I won't make excuses for it," Gruden said.

"It's embarrassing. But I'm a good person.

I believe that. I go to church. I have been married for 31 years. I have three great boys.

I still love football. I have made some mistakes. But I don't think nobody here has done it.

And I just apologize, and hope I get another chance."

Gruden even named a job he would love to do.

While at the Little Rock Touchdown Club last week, Gruden addressed rumors from 2012 that linked him to an Arkansas job.

He admits that he would love to train the Razorbacks now.

"I was worried about being a college coach because I would have been on death row probation within six months," Gruden said.

"But, now that you're paying the players - and I know the bank with $27 billion -

I would love to work in Arkansas! I'll tell you this."

Unfortunately for Gruden, Razorback probably won't be making a coaching change anytime soon.

Sam Pittman has been influential during his time in Arkansas.

In his second year with the program, he had a 9-4 record.

Arkansas started the season with a resounding victory over Cincinnati.