Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, February 9, 2016

Former Michigan State wide receiver Bennie Fowler didn't register an official catch in Super Bowl 50 on Sunday night, but he'll likely be on the receiving end of future Hall of Famer Peyton Manning's final NFL pass.

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Confused? Don't be.

Fowler caught the two-point conversion that gave Denver a 14-point lead in the final minutes of its 24-10 win over the Carolina Panthers at Levi's Stadium. But, for whatever reason, two-point conversion attempts don't count in the official stats.

Still, everyone knows the play happened.

Fowler certainly won't forget it. In fact, he made sure not to spike the ball in celebration, knowing that it could be a commemorative item.

In a really cool gesture, Fowler presented the ball to his quarterback Tuesday, a moment he shared on Twitter.

Actually, turns out, he didn't have much of a choice.


Oh, and here's Fowler and the Super Bowl trophy: