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Ball State Sweet 16
Ball State Men's Basketball's most successful year was 1990, when they reached the Sweet Sixteen but lost to eventual national champion UNLV, 69–67. It was UNLV's only single-digit win of their Tournament run - they won their five other games by an average margin of 23 points, including a 30-point win over Duke in the National Championship Game. 50% Polyester, 25% Rayon, 25% Cotton. Heather White. Officially Licensed.
Bulldogs Ever Do Or Die Hoodie
We'll sing the Butler War SongWe'll give a fighting cryWe'll fight the Butler battleBulldogs ever do or dieAnd in the glow of the victory firelightHistory cannot denyTo add a page or twoFor Butler's fighting crewBeneath the Hoosier sky 50% Polyester, 25% Cotton, 25% Rayon. Heather Navy. Officially Licensed.
Starting in 2004, Ball State students adopted "The Chirp" as a school chant to cheer on teams during sporting events. Traditionally, The Chirp chant begins on the opposing team's third down during Ball State Cardinals football games. CHIRP CHIRP! 50% Polyester / 50% Ring-Spun Cotton. Heather Red Officially Licensed
"Aces" became Evansville College's nickname in the mid-20s thanks in large part to the University of Louisville basketball coach.In the fourth game of the 1924-25 season, Evansville beat Louisville 59-39. After the game, Louisville's coach told Evansville coach John Harmon, "You didn't have four Aces up your sleeve, you had five!" 60% Cotton, 40% Polyester. Heather Purple. Officially Licensed.
UIndy, while established as Indiana Central University (ICU), the school was colloquially known as Indiana Central College (ICC) from 1921 to 1975. In 1986, the university adopted the name University of Indianapolis. 50% Polyester, 25% rayon, 25% Cotton Officially Licensed
The Indiana Twisters were a professional indoor soccer team that played in the Continental Indoor Soccer League in 1996 and 1997. Announced as a CISL expansion team on February 22, 1996, the team received its nickname after a "Name the Team" contest that drew more than 250 entries. The name "Tornados" was the winning entry, but team owners altered that a bit to capitalize on the release that summer of the motion picture Twister. The Indianapolis Twisters made their debut in an 8–2 loss to the Detroit Neon in Auburn Hills, Michigan on June 14, 1996. Tri-Blend. 65% Polyester / 35% Ring-Spun Cotton. Heather Green. This product is not endorsed or licensed in any way by any team, or organization.
The Indianapolis Capitols were a professional American football team based in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Capitols started play in 1968 as members of the Continental Football League and played their home games at Bush Stadium. The team won the CFL championship in 1969, the final season of the league. On April 4, 1970, with the future of the CFL uncertain, the Capitols moved to the rival Atlantic Coast Football League. 100% Ring Spun Cotton. Canvas Red.
Indy Football Tech Hoodie
Under the administration of mayors Richard Lugar and then William Hudnut, Indianapolis undertook an ambitious effort to reinvent itself into a 'Great American City'. The Hoosier Dome, which was later renamed the RCA Dome, had been built specifically for and was ready to host a Professional Football expansion team. 100% debossed polyester This product is not endorsed or licensed in any way by any team, or organization.
Purdue Drum P Lightweight Hoodie
The Purdue Big Bass Drum is a percussion instrument played by the All-American Marching Band of Purdue University. At a height of over ten feet (three meters) when the carriage is included, it is branded by Purdue as the "World's Largest Drum." 50% Polyester, 25% Rayon, 25% Cotton. Heather Black Officially Licensed.
We Love Our Racers
The Indianapolis Racers were a major league hockey team in the World Hockey Association from 1974 to 1978. They competed in four full seasons before folding 25 games into the 1978–79 season. They played at Market Square Arena. They are often best known for being the first major league team to secure the services of Wayne Gretzky and Mark Messier. Tri-Blend. 50% Polyester / 25% Ring-Spun Cotton / 25% Rayon. Heather Black Officially Licensed
Xavier Musketeers Raglan
D'Artagnan, the Musketeer, is the university's official mascot and is the origin of the school's nickname, The Xavier Musketeers. The Musketeer concept was suggested in 1925 by the late Reverend Francis J. Finn, S.J 50% Polyester, 25% Cotton, 25% Rayon. Heather White/Heather Navy Officially Licensed.