Nebraska found its replacement for Bill Moos, tabbing former Huskers football star Trev Alberts as the next Athletic Director on Wednesday.

A true Nebraska legend, Alberts was an All-American linebacker for the Huskers in the early 1990s. He has been inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame and his number 34 has been retired by Nebraska football.

Later Wednesday evening, Nebraska released contract details for Alberts. According to Sean Callahan with Husker Online, the contract for Alberts is for five years at $800,000 per year.

During his introductory press conference, Alberts indicated that he does believe in the work Scott Frost has done with the football program. He also explained his passion and love for Nebraska while touching on the changing landscape of collegiate athletics related to NIL legislation.

Regardless of Alberts’ comments, the pressure is certainly on Frost and head men’s basketball coach Fred Hoiberg to begin producing. Both coaches have been below .500 after joining the Huskers with high expectations.