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The Louisiana Supreme Court tossed a lawsuit filed over an infamous "no-call" late in the 2019 NFC Championship game. So reports Yahoo.

The lawsuit was brought by Antonio LeMon, a fan of the New Orleans Saints, who claimed the lack of a penalty during a key play in the game was "fraud, unjust enrichment and 'detrimental reliance.'" As a result of the play, team owners agreed to make similar instances reviewable by replay.

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