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During a recent episode of the 'Always College Football' podcast, host Greg McElroy spoke about Texas A&M hiring new athletic director Trev Alberts away from Nebraska, calling it a "home run" hire for the Aggies. Per Athlon Sports:

"Trev Alberts has been kind of a force of stability since he was hired (at Nebraska)," McElroy said. "He went after Matt Rhule and got him. He was able to put together a ridiculous NIL plan that I think really helped lure Matt Rhule to Lincoln, Nebraska. And it was a very tumultuous time at Nebraska."

In addition to to hiring Rhule at Nebraska, Alberts also led the efforts to renovate Memorial Stadium, the team's football venue. Additionally, this year, Nebraska made the NCAA Men's Basketball tournament for the first time since 2014.

"This is huge for A&M. For the Aggies, this is a home run," McElroy said. "It was extremely important that Texas A&M, and their leadership who have a brand new president, were able to bring in Trev Alberts from his alma mater. He's going to be able to take a lot of the heat off of what Mike Elko's trying to create there."
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