It doesn't appear Lincoln Riley is eyeing a move to the NFL anytime soon.

Appearing on the "Dan Patrick Show" on Thursday, Riley claimed that leaving Oklahoma for an NFL head coaching job isn't currently a goal of his and he doesn't see major differences between pro and collegiate positions.

"I just think so many people think of (college) just as a player would," Riley said. "A player wants to do well in high school and then go do well in college, and then the next step is the NFL. They see it as a stepping stone deal ... and that is true for players. For coaches, it's not.