The Duke basketball program is joining the All In Challenge with a once-in-a-lifetime experience for the next game against North Carolina in Cameron Indoor Stadium.
There is no rivalry in college sports, maybe all sports, like Duke and North Carolina.
However, some lucky fans will get the chance to see The Rivalry up close and personal with some additional benefits thanks to the Blue Devils joining the All In Challenge.
The All In Challenge helps provide food to those in need, especially the children, elderly, and frontline workers of the coronavirus.
Mike Krzyzewski appeared in an Instagram video that details what the winners of the auction would receive, including tickets behind the Duke basketball bench to the next home game against North Carolina, a chance to see the team at practice and pre-game walkthrough, the opportunity to eat with the team at its pregame meal, and so much more.
Krzyzewski even said in the video that you could have the chance to call the first play of the game, although the Hall of Famer jokingly changed his mind about that possibility.
The chance to play H.O.R.S.E. with Associate Head Coach Jon Scheyer and Director of Basketball Operations Nolan Smith is at stake while also getting a tour of Duke University, including the team facilities, and your own photoshoot with the team.
Former Blue Devil and current Boston Celtics star Jayson Tatum has also joined the All In Challenge with an exclusive day of his own, as well as the former Duke football standout Daniel Jones also accepting the challenge, auctioning off a special weekend with him and his New York Giants.
Getting the chance to see Duke and North Carolina is a special experience in itself, but the chance to do that with all these extra bonuses while supporting a great cause is just too much to pass up.
If Duke basketball fans are interested in trying to win this experience, they can bid on the event right here.