NO. every quarterback in the superbowl has thrown for at least one touchdown. There hasn't been one who has done that up to this point if there is then this answer will probably change...
There have been many 99 yards touchdown passes in both college and the NFL.
Through Super Bowl XLIII, there has never been a punt returned for a touchdown in a Super Bowl game.
In a game, the longest verifiable throw of an American football is 82 or 83 yards. It took place between Dallas Cowboys QB Don Meredith and superstar receiver Bob Hayes. It resulted in a 95 yard touchdown.
The opening kickoff has only been returned for a touchdown once during a Super Bowl. This was accomplished by Devin Hester of the Chicago Bears during Super Bowl XLI.
There has not been a player to return four kickoffs for a touchdown in a single game. However, it has been done twice in a game by 10 different players, and most recently by Leon Washington.
Six points, same as it has been worth since 1912.
There has never been a super bowl that has never made a touchdown.
It is in remembrance of Malcolm X.
There has yet to be a Super Bowl where neither team scored a touchdown, but in Super Bowl VI the Miami Dolphins failed to score a touchdown and lost to the Dallas Cowboys 24-3. Also, in Super Bowl III, the New York Jets and the Baltimore Colts only scored one touchdown each, and the final score was 16-7, Jets.