Formula for completing a 12 yard post pattern.

Formula for completing a 12 yard post pattern.

posted on 28 Jun 2017 in Clothing

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Eli Manning on his way to a Cy Young Award…

Photo courtesy of Michael Marshall.

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algernon
algernon
5 years ago

Quick first base

algernon
algernon
5 years ago

So whats the pitch

jjhitt
jjhitt
5 years ago

Quadrats look so harmless while they’re still in the nest.

Yu No Hoo
Yu No Hoo
5 years ago

This shirt has all the bases covered.

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
5 years ago

I’m an Aussie, so could someone tell me what kind of bat they use to play that kind of football?

DrLex
DrLex
5 years ago

Batting = average
English = mediocre

coffeebot
5 years ago

This QB has the best RBI.

SF
SF
5 years ago

Nesting with average quadrats lacks appeal.

Yu No Hoo
Yu No Hoo
5 years ago

Be an athletic supporter!

Frank Burns
Frank Burns
5 years ago

This jersey is a GIANT mistake.

Frank Burns
Frank Burns
5 years ago

Beware of the mother quadrat. When she’s nesting she can be very ferocious.

Marum
Marum
5 years ago

Rats have many more than four to a litter.

Marum
Marum
5 years ago

@DNT 0414.. easy. they use a DINGBAT.

Marum
Marum
5 years ago

Since when has Jaialai been so popular in the US of A.

Marum
Marum
5 years ago

Q. What’s big and ugly and has a huge hump?

A. The lunchpack of Notre Dame

Classic Steve
5 years ago

I thought Quadrats were in Quidditch.

Marum
Marum
5 years ago

Looking at some of those line backers.

NFL = Never Forego Lunch. 😆

Pete
Pete
5 years ago

Asia…where Hail Mary passes actually reach Home Plate.

Pete
Pete
5 years ago

The inside collar tag says “Zero One”.
Meaning 0 – 1.

Which pretty much describes this shirt PERFECTLY.

Pete
Pete
5 years ago

Except the top line of lettering really oughta say “The Take”.

UCity
UCity
5 years ago

This must have been drawn up by the NFL’s replacement refs.

UCity
UCity
5 years ago

The Quadrats will soon have their much anticipated showdown with the New England Ratriots.

J-Luke
J-Luke
5 years ago

Better call pest control to get rid of those nested quad rats…

markm
markm
5 years ago

Yippee! There’s someone out there that knows even less about sports than I do!

markm
markm
5 years ago

Droll not Troll: If you need an explanation of the American sports:

Baseball is an American sport somewhat like Rounders – a round bat and 4 bases laid out in a diamond, with only one base (home plate) used for batting. “Batting average” is a players ratio of “hits” to at bats, where a “hit” means striking the ball fairly and making it to at least 1st base.

The picture is clearly of American football, which is nothing like what the rest of the world calls “football” (soccer in the USA). and somewhat like Rugby. No bats.

Pete
Pete
5 years ago

Hehe…we Yanks.

We here in ‘Murica just LOOOVES to do all kinds of stuff different from the rest of the English-speaking world, don’t we???

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
5 years ago

– Mommy, are the quadrats nesting the same way as the sheep on the trees?

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
5 years ago

Let’s more straightway T-shirts the make!

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
5 years ago

– The Daddy, I want Hello the Kitty!

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
5 years ago

I prefer mated triangels

Pete
Pete
5 years ago

So, if two quadrats mate, is the resulting offspring a halfrat?

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
5 years ago

@markm | 8:30 am: I was kidding! Aussie rules football is played with the same kind of ball, although it’s a very different game. I really can’t imagine hitting a ball that shape with a bat!

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
5 years ago

Having googled the term “nested quadrats”, I get what it means, but it’s hard to see how it ever came to be printed on a shirt!

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
5 years ago

@Pete | 7:07 am: That’s probably the IQ of whoever made the design.

EffEff
EffEff
5 years ago

It’s like explaining Canadian football to an American.

RT
RT
5 years ago

4th and inches, and bases are loaded, but the most important question is, who’s jumping ball for us at the 9th hole on the green?

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