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The Most Popular Dallas T-Shirts from Black Ice, for the Depressed Sports Fan in You

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Sure, the Rangers took your heart and smashed it into a million pieces, but that doesn't mean you can't still love local sports. Or funny T-shirts commemorating.

Black Ice Tees, a snappy new Dallas upstart, knows that Jerry Jones quotes and T-shirts go together like Josh and Some Overpaying Team in the National League. In honor of this low moment in local sports fandom, here are their five best-sellers to help cheer you up:

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5. Glory Hole If anyone asks for an explanation or the genesis of the phrase, there's a handy one printed on the back.

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4. ReDIRKulous Hey, remember the Mavs? Basketball season starts soon, with or without the fluid in Dirk's knee.

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3. Pony Up Give the Death Penalty to boring SMU T-shirts and get hip with a Pony Up tee.

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2. Old School Wait, we still love Ron Washington, right? OK, let me rephrase that. We still hate Josh Hamilton the most, right?

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1. Grubes NEVER FORGET The Ticket's own board wizard Michael "Grubes" Gruber may be gone (or, you know, going to UNT to get his learn on), but he is never forgotten.

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