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Ezekiel Elliott Trolls NCAA, Tweets Crop-Top Photo Directly At Organization's Twitter Account

Ezekiel Elliott isn't going down without a fight - well, his shirt isn't going down without a fight, at least.

Elliott, who became somewhat of a fashion icon during last year's College Football Playoff for his "crop-top" look, is no longer allowed to lift his shirt during live game play, per a new NCAA rule. But don't worry, he found a way to expose his abs this past Monday night anyway. Now, he's letting the organization know about it.

Wednesday, Elliott tweeted directly at the NCAA, posting a photo of his accomplishment.

">@NCAA #InCropTopsWeTrustpic.twitter.com/TOr9X5Mbeg

— EzekielElliott#⃣1⃣5⃣ (@EzekielElliott)

@NCAA#InCropTopsWeTrustpic.twitter.com/TOr9X5Mbeg

— Ezekiel Elliott (@EzekielElliott) September 9, 2015

">September 9, 2015

It isn't always advisable to intentionally troll the NCAA, but we think he'll get away with it. Don't be surprised if post-play crop-top celebrations are banned soon though, too.