Elliott's crop-top style all over Twitter
Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott had his trademark crop-top look banned by the NCAA this offseason. Perhaps there was concern of players branding themselves or something pointless like that. That only sparked the fire, or movement, for crop-top supporters.
Over 11,000 fans signed a petition to overturn the NCAA’s ruling against Zeke’s look. And while the Heisman candidate hasn’t been opposed to abiding by the new rule, he has helped advance a social media movement.
Countless Elliott retweets are pictures of youth football players rocking the half shirt with the hashtag “#SaveTheCropTop.” Here’s a look a some of the Ohio State tailbacks favorite pictures of kids flashing their bellies at him.
— connor (@connor_goodwin_) August 10, 2015
— Cody Cochran (@cmcochran0) August 10, 2015
— Thomas Staab (@tommy_boy014) August 8, 2015
— Henry Malcuit (@HMalcuit_14) August 8, 2015
— JAG (@JohnGarza22) August 6, 2015
— Morgan (@morgdyer) July 28, 2015
— Michael (@mikeyc1508) July 21, 2015
— Jay Frank (@JayFrank74) July 21, 2015
— TREYSON POTTS (@_treypotts) June 17, 2015
— Ott (@otter9160) July 6, 2015
And…we’ll end on that note.