LINCOLN, NEB - After just under three years at Nebraska, reports indicate Athletic Director Trev Alberts is expected to be announced as Athletic Director at Texas A&M. 

Reports broke on Wednesday morning with articles first being published by the Houston Chronicle. However, as of 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, neither Texas A&M or Nebraska have made any official announcements. 

At Nebraska, Alberts was influential in setting the world record for attendance to a women's sporting event with Volleyball Day in Nebraska in August, he led major efforts in the growth of Name, Image, and Likeness at Nebraska,  and laid out a vision for renovation of the 100-year-old Memorial Stadium. Under Alberts, ten Husker teams had top-20 national finishes last year. 

On Nov. 14, Alberts was given a contract extension, with an annual base salary of $1.7 million, increasing to $2.1 million in 2026, retention incentives, including an existing contractual $500,000 retention bonus if Alberts stayed through September 2025. It also includes Ian annual $300,000 retention bonus for every year he stays thereafter, a $3 million completion bonus if he completes the entire eight-year agreement and a liquidation damage buyouts that will be paid to the university if Alberts were to leave for another opportunity.

Alberts, would be replacing Ross Bjork, who left to become Athletic Director at Ohio State.