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Now that spring football is out of the way and Notre Dame has its new "The Shirt" we can collectively move on to other things- well... kind of.
Now, before you start throwing One Foot Down's fantastic "The Shirt" post in my face, please know that this has been in the works for a few weeks and this is also very, scarily real.
You can purchase these by following this link to the Subway Domer store. The shirt is available for both MEN & WOMEN and is only $16.00.
NOW HOW IN THE **** CAN YOU TURN THAT DOWN YOU GOT TO BE BAT **** CRAZY LIKE A MOOSE ON CRANK YOU GOD DAMN....
We love Brian Kelly. LOVE him.
Thanks to Philly Kelly (there's some awesome irony here) for drawing this bad boy.
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