Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos received major support from university leadership this week, according to a story from the Omaha World-Herald.

According to the report, University of Nebraska-Lincoln President Hank Bounds and chancellor Ronnie Green have tremendous faith in the job Moos has done through his first year, and are giving him full support. The two released a joint statement on the AD this week.

“In his first 15 months, Bill has done a great job guiding our athletic department. He has our full support, and we look forward to his continued strong leadership,” the statement said.

Per the Omaha World-Herald, Moos has recently been absent from Huskers athletic events, resulting in some speculation about his future.

Moos took over at Nebraska in 2017 after serving in the same position at Washington State since 2010. He’s responsible for bring Scott Frost back to Lincoln to take over the Huskers’ football program.

When he became the AD in 2017, Moos signed a five-year contract that runs through 2022.