Trev Alberts says spring is going to look a little different around Nebraska.

Specifically around Memorial Stadium. Making an appearance on the Husker Sports Nightly radio show, the Nebraska athletic director said Husker fans can expect a brand of football this spring that’ll look a little different than in years past.

“I think at the spring game our fans will get an opportunity to see a new-look Nebraska football team that might engage a little bit differently than what we’ve previously been used to,” Alberts said, adding that he anticipates a generally more physical spring camp for the Huskers.

Under the previous regime, Nebraska’s spring game grew to become more about showing as little as possible and limiting injury risk as much as possible. With Matt Rhule taking over and looking to reset the foundation, it sounds like the Huskers plan to do some hitting.

Alberts expects a healthy amount of competition, saying that a new coaching staff means opportunities are everywhere and positions are wide-open across the board.

NU has sold around 45,000 tickets for the annual Red-White Game, Alberts said, but he hopes to see that number continue to climb. The game is set for April 22.