JANESVILLE, Iowa - A couple of keystrokes or finger taps from the Green Bay Packers' quarterback Friday got a class of kids in Iowa off the hook for a test, according to a report.
WTMJ-TV reported that a sports literature class in Janesville, Iowa, won't have to take its final exam thanks to Pack man No. 12, Aaron Rodgers.
A student tweeted to @AaronRodgers12 at 11:12 a.m. Friday and got a reply and retweet 20 minutes later.
"I'm sure a sports lit final is very important, but here you go," Rodgers tweeted.
The teacher, whose students say she is Rodgers' biggest fan, told WTMJ that she's kept her word and the final was canceled.
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