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Ezekiel Elliott's Father Says He'll Wear A Crop Top Jersey All Next Season To Protest NCAA Rule Change

Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott became a household name this past season, both for his amazing on-field play and his fashion statement during games. Elliott rolled up his jersey to reveal his abs during contests, popularizing the "crop top" look once again in college football. It'll be short-lived, however. Earlier this week, the NCAA released a set of rule changes, one of which bans players from tucking their jerseys into their pads.

In response, Elliott's father, Stacy, went on Twitter to inform his followers that he'll be protesting the rule change by wearing a "crop top jersey" to his son's games next year.

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In protest I will wear a #croptop jersey all next SEASON! #InCropsWeTrust#GoBucks@SurvivinAmerica@itz_mizdee@candicenbc4

— Ambassador Elliott (@stacy_elliott) March 9, 2015

">@itz_mizdee

In protest I will wear a #croptop jersey all next SEASON! #InCropsWeTrust#GoBucks@SurvivinAmerica@itz_mizdee@candicenbc4

— Ambassador Elliott (@stacy_elliott) March 9, 2015

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— Ambassador Elliott (@stacy_elliott)

In protest I will wear a #croptop jersey all next SEASON! #InCropsWeTrust#GoBucks@SurvivinAmerica@itz_mizdee@candicenbc4

— Ambassador Elliott (@stacy_elliott) March 9, 2015

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We can't wait until the first time the television cameras find him in the stands.

[cleveland .com]