No Fly Zone Shirt?

Submitted by Kokko on February 14th, 2010 at 5:06 PM

**since a few people can't seem to grasp what is going on, Demar Dorsey nicknamed his HS secondary the No Fly Zone then brought that and its accompanying dance to the UA game where we all witnessed the future...or so we hope**

Not sure when the newest shirts are planned to hit the MGoStore, but I thought that I would give it my best shot at designing MGoStores newest hit shirt and what better than one for the No Fly Zone. No I am not an insider, no I have no clue if Demar will wear #9, and yes it would have to wait till numbers are announced to be finalized. Criticism/thoughts welcome.

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edit, I also would like an "O Let Do It" somewhere small on the back, sort of like the Jalen Rose shirts.


we the roses

February 14th, 2010 at 5:16 PM ^

why don't we make sure that no fly zone takes into full effect until producing a shirt. i wouldn't want to buy a shirt and look like a dumbass if the pass defense hasn't improved significantly with dorsey back there


February 14th, 2010 at 6:30 PM ^

supposedly "homo." I'm against it because it looks like a mime posing, and there's nothing I hate more on this earth than mimes.

And I also agree that the idea is a bit premature anyhow. Let's see if a "No Fly Zone" is actually erected first, especially against good opposition. I say give it a full season.

Tim Waymen

February 14th, 2010 at 8:12 PM ^

How about just something that everyone will understand right away? The Detroit Free Press logo with a slash through it, and maybe on the back "Read Detroit News instead" although that seems a bit anti-climactic for a shirt. And no, I do not envision describing a shirt design as "anti-climactic" again anytime soon.


February 14th, 2010 at 10:33 PM ^

I'm not an HTML expert. But this is kind of the idea
I had for the FREEP, maybe superimpose the FREEP over
this nice little logo.

Our Mgoblog HTML guru's might be able to help.

STW P. Brabbs

February 15th, 2010 at 9:06 AM ^

I like the design, except for the hair, which makes his silhouette look like an extra from a Kid n' Play movie. Throw a helmet on him - the idea is that he's dancing after a big play on the field, no?

Oh, and it needs to wait at least a year.