The redshirt sophomore definitely didn't hurt his chances of earning the starting job at quarterback with a steady Blue-White performance.
The 2019 Blue-White game was an all-around success, but the best moment of the day took place just before the start of the 4th quarter.
Brevard, the best defensive tackle prospect from his home state of Indiana, picked the Nittany Lions over Clemson, Michigan, and Wisconsin, among others.
Cain's simple, but effective style of play helped him gain 45 yards on 12 carries and score two touchdowns during the Blue-White game.
Noah Cain scored touchdowns for both teams as Blue secured a 24-7 victory over White.