Nebraska has hired Adam Clark as its new director of football operations.
Clark served as the assistant athletic director for football operations at Minnesota for the last three seasons, along with being the director of player personnel from 2011-12. But once the Golden Gophers fired coach Tracy Claeys, Clark decided to leave the school, according to Omaha.com.
Clark also worked at Northern Illinois for three seasons, where he was director of football operations before becoming the assistant athletic director.
According to the Huskers’ football website, which has just recently posted Clark’s bio, he joined the program earlier in the spring.
Additionally, it says Clark will “work closely with Head Coach Mike Riley and Associate Athletic Director for Football Administration Dan Van De Riet. Clark will assist in the day-to-day operations of the football program, serve as a liaison with other units in the athletics department, assist with the budget and team travel, summer camps and clinics, along with numerous duties associated with Husker football student-athletes.”