The "Dallas Buyers Club" star stopped by the Texas Longhorns' football practice on Wednesday, where he shared some inspirational words with the team and got the group to perform his "The Wolf of Wall Street" chant.
Check out the awesome video above to find out how Matt came up with the movie moment!
McConaughey -- who's a big fan of the Texas team -- tries to see the group whenever he is in town. The actor also revealed his favorite flick that he's ever made and how he and Leonardo DiCaprio added the chant to the movie.
So what's the Oscar-winner's favorite movie? "'Mud'" he told the group. "I also like the 'Wolf of Wall Street' though," he added.
McConaughey likewise told the team that the chant was not originally in the crime comedy.
"You know why I do that?," he asked the team. "This is how it actually got in the movie, I do that before a scene because I get nervous," he revealed.
"Right before you go out to play a first game, maybe you get nervous, I do that to loosen myself up," he added, while pounding on his chest. "Because my head's going, I'm thinking too much and nervous before the scene."
"I do it to loosen myself up number one, and number two, I do it because I know people in the room are looking at me going 'What is he doing?'" Matt hilariously confessed.
We love that McConaughey's personal chant was used in "The Wolf of Wall Street"! What do you think about the actor's speech? Tell toofab in the comment section below!