Ezekiel Elliott trolls NCAA by tweeting crop-top photo

Ohio State running back made a pretty big statement during the Buckeyes’ win over Virginia Tech Monday night. After his long 80-yard touchdown run in the first quarter, he lifted his shirt to give his jersey the “crop-top” look that he made so famous during the College Football Playoff earlier this year.

The NCAA made a new rule over the summer that he prohibited Elliott and any other college football players from having their jerseys untucked and lifted for the that same look.

Elliott still found a way to mess with the NCAA when he tweeted a photo of him exposing his midsection during the game at the organization Wednesday morning. College Spun had the photo.

https://twitter.com/EzekielElliott/status/641611777113989120/photo/1?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

There’s nothing in the rules saying that Elliott can’t mess with the organization that essentially controls his college career, but I wouldn’t think it to be that good of an idea.

Maybe someone ought to remind the NCAA that Elliott is just having a little fun. It may be a safety issue, but let’s try not to become the NFL in the way that we control players actually being able to have fun.

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