There are a limited number of ways a sports fan can stand out while retaining his dignity, and unfortunately that John 3:16 guy with the rainbow wig has cornered the market on two of them. Stand out with your chest instead, thanks to TheRedShirt.com. Just unfurled by a couple of Dallas dudes, Red offers an astonishing variety of sports tees -- some reverent, others smartass -- with a range of references that truly boggles the mind, from hall-of-fame legends to "IF YOU DON'T KNOWSHON, YOU DON'T KNOW S***". Just a sampling of the goodness: NFL: Ochocinco's "Child Please" quote in Bengals stripes; an Invisible Man-style "The Boz" bust using only spiked hair, upturned collar, Gargoyles shades & earring -- where the rest of him went, only Bo knows. MLB: Harry Carey's caricature inside a Cubs logo; the "Phlyin Hawaiian" (Shane Victorino -- who knew?); and of course "Halladay Season" -- if you'd thought of that, maybe you'd be getting 60 million over three years. NBA: A clover icon with "Rondo" arcing above it; another Invisible Man job, this one showing the mullet, moustache, and battle specs of Kurt Rambis, who took over as Timberwolves head coach from Kevin McHale (so, clotheslined once again). College: A Heisman statue wearing Bear Bryant's trademark fedora and another green with an Oregon duckbill; a Garrett Gilbert-repping "GG" in Gucci font; and for Florida State, the "Criminoles", though with 30 arrests for current players, Florida's beating their Talah-asses in that dept. too. Rounding out the line is "Other", a catch-all for everything from non-team sports (Ali inserted into the Andre the Giant "Obey" portrait) to fictitious squads (Necessary Roughness' Texas State Armadillos) to singular shame like Michael Vick's "Ron Mexico" alias, proving that losing your dignity's a small price for gaining a truly standout nickname.