It’s official, Texas A&M has landed Buzz Williams.

The school officially announced the hire of the former Virginia Tech basketball coach on Wednesday and will officially introduce Williams during a press conference on campus set for Thursday at 4 p.m. CT.

Texas A&M Athletic Director Scott Woodward issued the following statement with the news:

“As we began our search, it quickly reaffirmed to us what we all know—the A&M brand is powerful, as the depth and breadth of the candidate pool was incredible. We kept our focus on finding an elite basketball coach, a developer of talent, a tremendous recruiter, a tireless worker and someone who fits Texas A&M. Buzz Williams is all that and more. I have no doubt that Buzz will take our basketball program further than ever before and will make Aggies everywhere proud. It is an exciting day as we welcome Buzz and his family back to Aggieland.”

Williams also issued a statement along with A&M’s announcement:

“I am so humbled and honored to return home to Texas A&M, and proud to lead the Aggies. I’d like to thank Chancellor Sharp, President Young and Scott Woodward for this incredible opportunity. This is our home, and we are ready to join with the 12th Man to win championships, graduate our players and represent this world-class university with integrity.”

Williams, a Texas native and former Aggie assistant coach, led Marquette to five NCAA Tournament appearances in his six seasons at the school, including three Sweet 16 appearances, one of which ended in an Elite Eight run. His record at Marquette was 139-69 before landing the Virginia Tech job in 2014. In Blacksburg, Williams went 100-69 overall with three NCAA Tournament appearances in this five seasons at the school, including one Sweet 16 run.