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Bad Big Ten Shirts: Wisconsin vs. Nebraska Edition

My beloved University of Wisconsin decided to print up a couple different styles of t-shirts for Nebraska’s inaugural Big Ten game at Camp Randall this season. They were all awful. However, one shirt rises above the awfulness to exalted putrid status. Below is said shirt:

What does this even mean?

Who buys this shirt? It has a shelf life of 1 day. Plus, it is just stupid. Not surprisingly these are in the sale bin at Bucky’s Locker Room.  As a side note, you can also pick up 2012 Rose Bowl gear at Bucky’s Locker Room.

See the full series here.

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About goldy17

Lifelong Badger fan and graduate of the great state university of Wisconsin. Unfortunately I got my masters degree at Iowa, but I can't stand the Hawkeyes. Former Chuckie Hacks artist. Fan of the Badgers, Brewers, Bucks and Packers. Have two labradors that think they are people.

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4 Comments on “Bad Big Ten Shirts: Wisconsin vs. Nebraska Edition”

  1. Tony Says:

    Wow. That is a bad one.

    Excellent entry. Just excellent.

    And by excellent, I mean awful.

    Reply

  2. goldy17 Says:

    I just realized it has an exclaimation point and question mark after “salt”. That just adds to the confusion.

    Reply

  3. Tony Says:

    I for one prefer butter on my corn, which I think is the point.

    Reply

  4. Gopher Bandanna Guy Says:

    Yup – this is the one I was hoping Goldy had in the hopper. Too awful not to use right a way. Terrible, terrible, terrible.

    Who are these people who design these shirts, and who is approving them for production? I mean, c’mon – what’s wrong with ‘Shuck the Huskers’. At least it actually makes sense.

    Reply

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