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Multiple sources report that Texas A&M is expected to hire Nebraska athletic director Trev Alberts for the same position in College Station.

Alberts would replace Ross Bjork, who is now new AD at Ohio State. Per CBS Sports:

Alberts has led Nebraska's athletic department since 2021 when his alma mater hired him away from Nebraska-Omaha. The hire was somewhat surprising as Alberts had no prior administrative experience at the FBS level. Nebraska-Omaha eliminated its football program while transitioning up to the Summit League.

Notably, Alberts agreed to a contract extension with Nebraska in November 2023 taking him through 2031 and paying him more than $2 million starting in 2026. Texas A&M would have to pay a $4 million buyout to get out of Alberts' Nebraska contract, according to Yahoo Sports.

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