The final play of the Alamo Bowl appears on Yahoo.com's boxscore as:
C. Henne passed to S. Breaston to the right for 11 yard gain. lateral to M. Hart. lateral to J. Avant. lateral to M. Manningham. lateral to J. Avant. J. Avant fumbled. M. Hart recovered fumble and returned for 7 yards. lateral to T. Ecker for 50 yards.
Double checking my copy of the NCAA Football Statistician's Manual (what you don't have one?), that scoring isn't complete. All the laterals need to be computed up to the point of the fumble. Once Avant fumbles, then the pass play is over and Henne gets credit for that yardage (which ultimately) would be negative. It would be something like this:
Henne -6 yards passing Breaston 1 reception, 11 yards Hart, -2 receiving yards, 7 yards + fumble recovery Avant, -6 receiving yards Manningham, -4 receiving yards Ecker would get fumble recovery yardage but no credit for a fumble recovery
Update - found the official summary of the play this morning
M 2-10 M36 Henne, Chad pass complete to Avant, Jason to the MICH45, Manningham, M. for loss of 9 yards to the MICH36, Avant, Jason for loss of 4 yards to the MICH32, Avant, Jason for loss of 4 yards to the MICH28, fumble by Avant, Jason recovered by MICH Hart, Mike at MICH20, Hart, Mike for 9 yards to the MICH29, Ecker, Tyler for loss of 4 yards to the MICH25, Ecker, Tyler for 62 yards to the NU13, 1ST DOWN MICH (Brothers, Titus). I think this didn't get entered correctly. Because the video showed the pass went Henne to Avant to Breaston to Manningham to Avant who lateraled back to a lineman (I believe it was #54 Mark Bihl) who couldn't handle it (or chose not to) and then Hart picked it up and then lateraled to Ecker.
Manningham lateraled back to Avant, who retreated all the way back to the Michigan 32.
From there, Avant threw a blind backward pass that glanced off the hands of center Mark Bihl at the 26.
Hart picked up the loose ball and lateraled to Tyler Ecker.
As the entire Nebraska sideline stormed the field and the celebration stand was wheeled into the South end zone, Ecker raced down the right sideline, where he was eventually forced out at the Nebraska 15 by Zackary Bowman and ex-Judson standout Titus Brothers.
The most amazing detail of all: Had Ecker been able to see behind him and to his left, he would have noticed Breaston wide open.
One more lateral, and Michigan could have scored.
If Ecker had scored, there would have been the problem of what about all the extra players on the field. Both teams had extra players on the field. However, under NCAA rules, that would have been an offsetting unsportsmanlike conduct penalties. And those are dead-ball penalties, so the touchdown would have counted.
Each player's final numbers: Henne received credit for one completion for 51 yards, Jason Avant got the reception credit for a total of minus-3 yards on his three touches, Breaston had no positive yard, Manningham lost 13 yards, Hart gained five, and Ecker gained 62 yards but had no catch.
So it appears that there was no fumble ruled on the play, just all receiving yards. I can die happy now.