A few Wolverines have a new look for the Outback Bowl matchup against South Carolina.

Over the last several days, Michigan defensive lineman Chase Winovich started a fundraising initiative, hoping to raise $15,000 for the ChadTough Foundation, an organization committed to pediatric cancer research and awareness. If the monetary goal was met, Winovich pledged to dye his hair orange for the Outback Bowl on New Year’s Day.

That $15,000 goal was met extremely quickly and Winovich said he’d deliver on his promise. But the fundraising efforts didn’t end there. Fellow Michigan teammates Maurice Hurst, Devin Bush, Grant Newsome and even defensive coordinator Don Brown pledged to join Winovich and dye their hair as well if other milestones were met.

Every single goal was hit and all of the players who vowed to change their hair color have upheld their end of the bargain. Here’s a photo from Michigan’s official Twitter account:

Donations have reached nearly $200,000 in less than two weeks, far surpassing that initial $15,000 goal. One Michigan regent even pledged to match the donations dollar-for-dollar up to $1 million.

This has been one of the amazing college football stories throughout this bowl season.

The ChadTough Foundation raises funds for pediatric cancer research and awareness for diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG). Chad Carr, the grandson of former Michigan head coach Lloyd Carr, lost his battle with DIPG in 2015.

Since that time, the ChadTough Foundation has been a foundation that several Wolverines sports teams have supported.