College Basketball

Kentucky fans create shirt to honor Louisville’s Championship

Former Kentucky Wildcats quarterback Jared Lorenzen sent out a tweet with a picture of this shirt earlier this morning.  Lorenzen was known for his massive size and Wildcats fans even created a Heisman campaign behind it.  He ended up breaking all of Tim Couch’s career records at Kentucky and won a Super Bowl Ring with the New York Giants as a backup quarterback in Super Bowl XLII.  Lorenzen has since been retired but his Wildcat pride still shows.  Kentucky fans will love this shirt and will be happy to tell Louisville Cardinals fans about how many championships they have won when the Cardinals try to talk trash about this year.

View Comments (11)


  1. Maegen

    April 11, 2013 at

    I really want this shirt were can I find d it

    • Zimm

      April 12, 2013 at

      Just goes to show the sore losers at kentucky

    • Danielle N Thornsberrry

      April 12, 2013 at

      Please advise when shirt becomes available. Thanks

      • bob

        April 12, 2013 at

        me too so I can wipe my ass with it!!

  2. Griff

    April 12, 2013 at

    How do you figure that congratulationg LuUhVul is being a sore loser??

    Where’s the link to buy one?

    • Raj

      April 12, 2013 at

      You are a moron.

  3. bob

    April 12, 2013 at

    were they still using peach baskets and jump balls after every basket?

  4. RoachPark

    April 12, 2013 at

    Kentucky, you lost in the first round of the NIT and your rivals just won the national championship.

    If anything, this shirt just makes you look idiotic

  5. Ed Fisher

    April 13, 2013 at

    Lets see. NCAA tourney in those days had 8 teams. Expanded to 16 in the early 50s. Very impressive to rack up 50% of your championships during those days. Another brilliant idea by the banjo pickers to impress us all with how great they are. By the time they decided black men could be on the team they were owned and still are by UCLA. By 1978 they had given up and let the blacks in. They won a title but now way behind in the game they decided to be a pro franchise except your actually not supposed to pay players under the table cash for playing. This won them nearly the DEATH PENALTY until Louisvilles coach Rick Pitino and his protege came in and won them 2 of their modern day titles. There’s 4 if you count the 78 team which was one of the highest paid pro teams in college athletics. Yep now they’re rolling with the squeaky clean Calipari and his assistant World Wide Wes. Who’s not allowed into NCAA sponsored events. Great idea on the shirts. Funny stuff. ahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah!

    • wadeg

      April 19, 2013 at

      was your mother on drugs during her pregnancy? that is the only explanation I can think of for such an idiotic rant. good day

  6. chris

    April 22, 2013 at

    This “slogan” was actually made in 1986. not original at all.

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