Bet you didn't think a coin toss could set the sporting world on fire, did you?
Looks like we were all wrong after last weekend's coin toss debacle between the Arizona Cardinals and Green Bay Packers just prior to overtime. The two squads met at midfield for the coin flip, only the coin didn't actually flip, and so fans witnessed the first double coin toss in NFL playoff history.
So what can the NFL do going forward to ensure it's never embarassed like this again?
Stephen Colbert has the answers.
In case you missed it, here's a video clip of the much-discussed coin-flip faux pas.
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