Russell Wilson hadn’t played in a Pro Bowl since his rookie year. The former Wisconsin quarterback was too busy playing in Super Bowls to have time for the NFL’s all-star game. Believe it or not, Sunday was the first time in which Wilson started in the Pro Bowl.

Needless to say, he made up for lost time.

Wilson tossed three touchdown passes in the first 20 minutes to fuel Team Irvin and earn Pro Bowl MVP honors. He only needed eight completions to torch Team Rice in a 49-27 blowout against Team Rice.

The first overall pick of the Pro Bowl draft started the day with a 61-yard completion to DeAndre Hopkins and didn’t look back from there. Wilson connected with the likes of Julio Jones, Devonta Freeman and Todd Gurley to give Team Irvin a comfortable first-half lead.

Wilson wasn’t the only former B1G star to make his presence felt.

Former Penn State linebackers Sean Lee and NaVorro Bowman both picked off passes in their returns to the Pro Bowl. Another Lion, Allen Robinson, scored a touchdown in his first Pro Bowl and finished with a game-high 105 receiving yards.

Sunday also marked the final time that former Michigan Heisman Trophy winner Charles Woodson will suit up in an NFL game. He finished his ninth Pro Bowl with a tackle and he even got to play briefly on the offensive side of the ball.

Woodson gave the crowd a fitting farewell.