Justin Fields has the required perspective as No. 3 Ohio State navigates a 2020 season in which they’re striving for a national championship.

The talented quarterback was stellar in a 52-17 victory vs. Nebraska in Week 1. Fields was incredibly efficient, completing 20 of his 21 passes for 278 yards and two touchdowns, along with a rushing score.

Ohio State has a road showdown at No. 18 Penn State on Saturday next up on the docket (6:30 p.m CST/ABC). With a single loss potentially curbing their dreams, Fields is maturely taking a one game at a time approach.

Fields is devoting all of his energy on Penn State; not on the success against Nebraska or anything else down the line.

Fields’ spin move touchdown against Nebraska was impressive to fans and the media, but he actually didn’t consider it A-worthy.

Additionally, Fields isn’t resting on his laurels. Fields lists a couple areas in which he’s aiming to improve.

Fields believes Nebraska defenders were using dirty tactics against him but doesn’t anticipate the same from Penn State.

Fields raves about the communication he has with center Josh Myers. The duo work in tandem on each play to make sure everything is set properly.

Fields added that the tremendous touchdown reception by Jaxon Smith-Njigba comes as no shock to his teammates.

Plenty of fascinating quotes by Fields. It’ll be fun to see what kind of performance he puts up on the national stage on Saturday night.