According to the AP, the Vick 'Em shirts have been banned from Saturday's game.
"We realize the shirts shouldn't have been printed," he said.
The back shows a football player, wearing Michael Vick's No. 7, hanging the mascot Reveille from the end of her leash. The suspended NFL quarterback has pleaded guilty to a federal dogfighting charge, admitting that he helped kill six to eight dogs.
"We will not permit individual students or any student organization to profit from selling merchandise on campus that is derogatory, inflammatory, insensitive, or in such bad taste that it reflects negatively on this fine institution, its students, athletic teams, alumni or faculty," school president Jon Whitmore said in a statement released by the school Tuesday afternoon.
The school also suspended the fraternity and plans to bring charges against it under the university's code of student conduct. The statement also said that the company making the shirts had stopped printing them.