There’s a new leader of the Wisconsin athletic department.

On Wednesday, the school officially introduced Chris McIntosh as the new athletic director at the University of Wisconsin. The news was first reported earlier this week and was later confirmed by the school.

McIntosh will replace Barry Alvarez, who had been serving as the athletic director at the university for the past 17 years. Alvarez will now serve in a liaison role between the B1G and the football coaches for the upcoming season.

McIntosh is a former Wisconsin offensive lineman who served as a two-time captain with the Badgers. He’s been working in Wisconsin’s athletic department since 2014.

“I owe so much to the University of Wisconsin, and I’m deeply honored to be able to succeed Barry Alvarez” McIntosh said in a statement. “We will build upon our legacy of success on the field of competition and support our student-athletes in the classroom, on campus and after college.”

McIntosh captained two Wisconsin Rose Bowl teams and was a first round pick in the 1999 NFL Draft. He was also Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year and a consensus All-American in 1999.

Wednesday, McIntosh held his introductory press conference. Here’s what he had to say via video clips from the presser: