Steven Branscombe-USA TODAY Sports
Texas A&M announced the hiring of new Athletic Director Trev Alberts on Wednesday evening.

Alberts comes to College Station after serving as Nebraska's AD since 2021. He will replace Ross Bjork, who is now the new AD at Ohio State.

Alberts, a former first-round NFL draft pick and ESPN broadcaster, has been the director of athletics at the University of Nebraska since 2021. He moved to Lincoln after serving 12 years as the AD at University of Nebraska at Omaha, where he transitioned the athletic program from Division II to Division 1, while leading an overhaul of its athletic facilities.

Welsh said Alberts’s strong business acumen, range of experience and leadership abilities make him the ideal choice to oversee A&M Athletics, which has more than 650 student-athletes competing in the Southeastern Conference in 20 varsity sports.

“With Trev’s expertise, the Aggies are poised to not only excel on the fields, tracks and courts, but also successfully navigate the multi-faceted intersection of sports, commerce and student-athlete empowerment,” Welsh said. “He has a profound understanding of the intricate business of athletics and the evolving landscape of college athletics, particularly in the realm of Name, Image and Likeness (NIL).”

Welsh added: “I can’t imagine a better individual to lead the Aggie Athletics program into the future.”
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Jabontik1 month
Wait, Nebraska? So... good luck with that
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Jay Quest1 month
Aggies never disappoint
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tigerfan841 month
I guess Georgia wasn’t returning his calls
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Isn't he the douchebag from ESPN who loved to shite on LSU back in the early Saban days?
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im4LSU1 month
yea he famously got it wrong on both occasions in 03 against uga. "They were the better team then and they're the better team now."
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6R121 month
Oh ok, lucky you aggie
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