By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – It’s time for congratulations and to break out the hair clippers for the Pitt long snapper!

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On Wednesday, Cal Adomitis’ “Cal’s Kids” fundraiser for UPMC Children’s Hospital passed the $94,000 goal.

When the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that NCAA players are allowed to use their name and likeness, Adomitis put his “likeness” on the line.

Specifically his hair.

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He made the announcement that if fans helped him raise $94,000 to donate to UPMC Children’s for kids who are battling cancer.

The deal: raise $94,000 and he would cut his hair.

Wednesday afternoon, the goal was reached and his long locks aren’t long for this world.

So now, just one question remains – when’s the salon appointment?

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Congratulations to Cal and all the fundraisers.