Actor Matthew McConaughey, a passionate University of Texas graduate, was spotted watching the Texas vs. Alabama college football game on Saturday. 

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The actor was seen cheering on the Longhorns from the stands and even offered the audience a Hook ’em Horns sign. McConaughey has long been a fan of Texas football, and he was pumped to see his alma team take on the defending national champs.

As the fans saw their beloved actor enjoying the match several fans and X users reacted to the surfaced clip. One user wrote, “Matthew McConaughey back in his element. It’s Texas football, y’all! 🤠🏈#HookEm”

“Matthew McConaughey is funny as hell. #CollegeFootball” another user said.

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Another X user wrote, “Can we get Matthew McConaughey to be a regular sports concentrator? Preferably with @SnoopDogg. Also, dance moves from both will be necessary. #CollegeGameDay #CollegeFootball #alabamavsut”

One user wrote, “I liked Matthew McConaughey until I found out he was a Texas fan…”

Matthew McConaughey took his trademark energy and enthusiasm to the sidelines of the Texas-Alabama game, and his wild celebration during a moment in the game went viral.

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McConaughey was spotted pumping his arms and screamed “Go! Go!” when Texas senior defensive back Jahdae Barron made a remarkable interception and started racing. The actor, who is best known for his classic “Alright, alright, alright” catchphrase, was thrilled for the Longhorns’ big game.

The video of McConaughey’s celebration instantly went viral, with many admirers complimenting the actor for his dedication to his alma university. McConaughey is a lifetime Longhorns supporter who has been known to attend games for years. He even voiced a team hype video ahead of their game versus Alabama.