editor's pick topical web only Photos: Through the years with new Nebraska athletic director Trev Alberts Lincoln Journal Star Jul 14, 2021 Jul 14, 2021 Updated Jul 24, 2021 0 Former Husker football great Trev Alberts was named Nebraska's athletic director Wednesday. Take a trip through our photo archives with us. Trev Alberts stops Colorado State quarterback Anthony Hill during a game in 1993. Journal Star file photo Trev Alberts celebrates a play against Washington in 1991. Journal Star file photo University of Nebraska at Omaha athletic director Trev Alberts speaks to the media during a news conference in 2011 in Omaha. Associated Press file photo Nebraska outside linebacker Trev Alberts (34) gets ready to sack Middle Tennessee State quarterback Kelly Holcomb during a game in 1992. Journal Star file photo Trev Alberts (left) and Tom Osborne during recognition of Alberts' induction to the College Football Hall of Fame during the half at Memorial Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015. Journal Star file photo Trev Alberts in his Omaha office on Thursday, April 28, 2011. Nati Harnik, Associated Press file photo Trev Alberts signs autographs during fan day in 1993. Journal Star file photo Nebraska's Trev Alberts (right) and fellow linebacker Ernie Beler celebrate a play against Florida State in the 1994 Orange Bowl. Journal Star file photo Trev Alberts celebrates a play during a 1992 game against Utah. Journal Star file photo Trev Alberts pictured in front of Nebraska's Academic All-Americans at the Hewitt Center in 1993. Journal Star file photo 0 Comments Tags College-sports Trev Alberts Related to this collection Football Trev Alberts timeline: From Blackshirt to Nebraska AD Updated Jul 16, 2021 A look back at Trev Alberts' career, from signing to play at NU in 1989 to returning Wednesday as the Huskers' next AD. +2 Football 'I love this place': Trev Alberts ready to get to work after being introduced as Nebraska's new AD Updated Jul 29, 2021 "I love this place," Alberts said as he stopped to collect his emotions. "I learned so much as a young man." +2 Football Most Intriguing Huskers: No. 5, senior WR Samori Toure Updated Jul 27, 2021 Nebraska coach Scott Frost didn't exactly try to diminish intrigue in the 6-foot-3, 190-pound transfer wide receiver from Montana.