Sure... Before the game, Penn & Teller made a predicition on a large sketch pad. Teller then folded the paper so that only a corner of the paper was visible so that the host and a marine could sign the paper.
Teller then ripped the paper off and rolled it up tight and inserted it into a glass test tube. This was then placed in a large envelope and rolled up. The host and the marine, again, signed the envelope.
The envelope was placed in a capped, steel pipe and sealed shut. It was then placed in a large glass jar of pickles from the Carnegie Deli and hoisted above everyone's head and guarded by the marines.
At the conclusion of the game, they came back to Times Square, lowered the jar. Had an audience member smash the jar, lift out the pipe, remove the envelope, smash the test tube, retrieve the paper and displayed it with the winning team, correct score and MVP.