LINCOLN, NEB - Per a source within University of Nebraska Athletics, Trev Alberts is leaving Nebraska to become Athletic Director at Texas A&M. 

Just before 5:00 p.m. Nebraska Athletics said the department was notified via email at Alberts has decided to take the AD position at Texas A&M. 

The following is a statement by to staff by Alberts:

Husker Staff,

I am writing to inform you that earlier today, I informed Interim President Kabourek that I am resigning my position as Director of Athletics to accept the same role at Texas A&M. I am very sorry for the timing and that I was not able to communicate these changes to you in person.

Thank you so much for all that you have done to make Husker Athletics so special. I am grateful for all that we accomplished together and believe that because of you, Nebraska is well positioned for the evolving changes within our industry. Tough decisions will need to be made, unity of vision and high execution will be necessary, but I am confident that leadership in Nebraska will rise to the occasion.

Nebraska Athletics is full of high character, hardworking and talented staff, and coaches. It was an honor to get to partner with you to experience unprecedented success. Thank you again.

Trev Alberts. 

Reports first broke Wednesday morning after an article was posted by the Houston Chronicle. 

Alberts was announced as Nebraska’s Athletic Director in July of 2021, making a move from the University of Nebraska-Omaha. Alberts replaced Bill Moos. During his time at Nebraska, Alberts hired current head football coach Matt Rhule, was influential in the success of Volleyball Day in Nebraska setting the world record for attendance at a women's sporting event, and helped Nebraska athletics transition into the new era of Name, Image, and Likeness. 

He takes over for Ross Bjork who left for Ohio State.