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McConaughey is offering his company at a UT football game for the "All In Challenge" (Fanatics)

Matthew McConaughey has signed onto the "All-In Challenge," he announced on Twitter yesterday, offering a "Texas Football Experience."

Any amount between $10 and $100 will buy varying numbers of entries in the contest. The winner will get tickets to a UT football game and attend with McConaughey and friends.

The contest is run by Fanatics, a website that claims to offer "the world's largest collection of official sports apparel," and benefits five charities: Meals on Wheels, No Kid Hungry, America's Food Fund, World Central Kitchen and Feeding America.


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