There’s officially a new leader in Lincoln.

After the sudden retirement of Bill Moos, the Nebraska athletic department was in need of a new athletic director. The school announced the hiring of Trev Alberts, a former Huskers football player and the longtime AD at University of Nebraska-Omaha.

On Monday, as Alberts gets acquainted to his new setting and office in Lincoln, he had a message for Nebraska fans. He’s looking forward to his new role.

“As Coach Osborne once told me, a life of service will be far more rewarding & fulfilling in the end,” Alberts wrote on Twitter. “Today, I couldn’t be more honored to begin serving our incredible Husker student-athletes, coaches and staff.

“It’s about us, Husker Nation. Let’s get to work. #GBR.”

Alberts spent 12 years as the athletic director at Nebraska-Omaha before returning to Lincoln. He was a member of the Husker football program in the 1990s and was a first-round selection in the 1994 NFL Draft.