LINCOLN, NEB. - After weeks of spring practice, the long-awaited Red-White Spring Game finally took place on Saturday afternoon, with the white team edging the red team 25-22, as quarterbacks shined.

In his first live reps with fans in Memorial Stadium, five-star freshman quarterbacks Dylan Raiola dazzled over 60,000 at Memorial Stadium.

“Fought back tears walking out the tunnel for the tunnel walk,” Raiola said. “Growing up as a kid, that’s what I knew and that’s what I watched, so hearing the song, it got heavy for me.”

Between splitting reps for both the Red and White squads, Raiola’s final line reads 16/22 for 239 yards with two touchdowns and a pick. One touchdown was a 64-yard deep ball to Jalen Lloyd.

“It’s based on our playmakers, we have a lot of them,” Raiola said. "We want to use them and we’re trying to find way to push the ball to them and watch them go be great.”

While Raiola was the story of the day, other Husker quarterbacks had their moments as well. Heinrich Haarberg threw for two touchdowns as well, while also flashing his old signs of running the football. And freshman Daniel Kaelin? He completed over 60 percent of his pass attempts.

A strong QB room makes coach Rhule confident.

“We’re going to focus on Dylan, I get that, but, you can see the improvement in Heinrich… You can see Danny, as a true freshman, complete 60 percent of his balls like he did out there today… Now every guy has to go out there and play with their own type of sensibility.”

The Huskers suffered two injuries in the spring game. Freshman wide receiver Demetrius Bell suffered a knee injury, which Rhule called “significant” in his post game comments. Blye Hill suffered a knee injury Rhule called "semi-significant."