Detroit Radio announcer has some Detroit Love!

Fox 2 Detroit's Erika Erickson drops by the 105.1 Detroit Sports studio to make some football picks with Matt Dery, wearing our "Orange Crush" tee.

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This is Michigan, for God sakes!

The program at Michigan needs an overhaul and these eight new designs will serve as reminders of a time that we so desperately want to forget.

The current football regime that is in place at the University of Michigan is nothing short of embarrassing. This is not the brand of football that most of us in southeastern Michigan grew up on and we are fed up with all the antics.

Michigan, you have become the little sister to the powerhouse team up in Beast Lansing and you can no longer represent the Big Ten in a manner which is respectful. Michigan, you now have the chance to change your program and restore it to greatness. The question is, will you?

 

For now, our headphone design is available for ordering. You will find it on our men's tee's page.

Depending on the feedback via our email (info@detroitapparelfactory.com) we may make our other designs available.

We See you V-Mart!

This is our tribute to Victor Martinez and his accusations by Sox pitcher Chris Sale of stealing signs during a 6-1 Tiger win yesterday. Sit down Chris, Go Tigers!

These limited edition shirts are only $25 each and can be found on our men's page.

This is our tribute to Victor Martinez and his accusations by Chris Sale of stealing signs. Sit down Chris, Go Tigers!

This is our tribute to Victor Martinez and his accusations by Chris Sale of stealing signs. Sit down Chris, Go Tigers!

Here’s a weird one: Tensions flared and benches cleared in a game between the Chicago White Sox and Detroit Tigers over White Sox ace Chris Sale’s apparent belief that the Tigers had someone set up in center field to steal signs. First, Sale tipped his cap toward the outfield after striking out Victor Martinez in the third. Then, with one out in the sixth, Sale plunked Martinez in the left shoulder. The two exchanged words as Martinez took his time walking to first, and both team’s benches cleared soon after Sale again motioned out to center field. TV cameras also spotted Sale mimicking binoculars in the dugout. And Tigers infielder Ian Kinsler mocked Sale in turn. -courtesy USA Today Sports