A former Nebraska athletic director has tried his hand at fictional writing.

Steve Pederson, who served as the Huskers’ AD from 2002-2007, recently published a fictional novel about a college football coach. The book has been titled Lost in Ambition.

From the book summary:

Written from the perspective of a former Division I Athletic Director, ‘Lost In Ambition’ will take you on an inside look as one coach and his family embark on a quest for the ultimate prize.

The book will be sold on Amazon for $12.99, according to the World Herald.

Pederson was fired from Nebraska in 2007, mostly due the struggles of the football program. While Pederson held the AD post in Lincoln, he was responsible for letting go of Frank Solich and hiring Bill Callahan.

In addition to his time at Nebraska, Pederson had two stints at Pittsburgh. He was the AD from 1996-2002 and again from 2007-2014.

After being in college athletics for so long, even a book about a fictional college football coach may have several truths hidden in the text.