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Allen Robinson gets permanent reminder of big college moment

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How to never forget a catch... get a tattoo (1:06)

Former Penn State wide receiver and current Jaguar Allen Robinson gets a tattoo of his leaping grab that helped Penn State top Michigan in a four-overtime game from 2013. (1:06)

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Allen Robinson likely won't ever forget one of the biggest plays of his college career, but if he does he now has a permanent reminder.

Robinson recently had an image of his leaping catch against Michigan tattooed on his right side, accompanied by the text: "Coaches come and go, players come and go, Legends are forever #BeLegendary."

The 6-foot-3 Robinson made the catch late in Penn State's 43-40 overtime victory over the visiting Wolverines in 2013. Robinson made a key play late in regulation, going up and snaring a 33-yard pass from Christian Hackenburg that put the ball on the Michigan 1-yard line with 29 seconds to play. Hackenburg scoring the tying touchdown one play later to send the game into overtime.

The Nittany Lions eventually won on Bill Belton's 2-yard touchdown run in the fourth overtime.

Robinson caught 80 passes for 1,400 yards and a franchise-record 14 touchdowns in his second season in the NFL. He was named first alternate to the Pro Bowl and played in the game after Calvin Johnson pulled out because of injury.