Can we pool our money together in order to buy those shirts up and then promptly burn all of them? What a terrible idea. I can't believe this was approved.
I WANT SOME BUTTS!!!
Make several piles of them. One pile burned in front of the entrance to the book store (outside of course, I like the MU), one pile burned in front of the entrance to the Jacobson Athletic building
And maybe a small pile in JP's parking spot, just to make sure he gets the memo. I'm sure the Athletic department doesn't have control over every shirt the UBS sells, but man there were some awful shirts up on the webpage!!!! I think I had to go to the 2nd page of shirts to find more than 1 cardinal colored shirt
Seriously, I thought we were trying to improve our marketability and image here
Oh we will fight, fight, fight for Iowa State, and may her colors ever fly!!! In Accordance with Prophecy
I've done that plenty too, but as has been stated, telling someone you aren't the Hawkeyes does not tell them that you are the Cyclones.
Find a shirt that says "Iowa State Cyclones" and people will start to learn
And in response to the guy with the shirt, I know you're trying to distinguish yourself from those bleeding black and gold, but I'd prefer a shirt that says "I bleed cardinal and gold" as opposed to one that says "I don't bleed black and gold"
Donate blood at the Blood Center and you can get one of those shirts. I have one.
You like it or you don’t. Either way this shirt is getting talked about more than an “I bleed” shirt. Gotta give props for creativity. By the way, it does say “Cyclone By Choice” on the back. From the looks of things here in Ames people seem to like it.
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