Justin Fields was impressively dominant in the first quarter of action against Michigan State.

Despite not having three of their offensive line starters and a key backup, the Buckeyes have rolled to a 14-0 lead as the first quarter comes to a close. It was once again Fields who dominated on the drive the entire way.

He started off early on rushing around the left side and pickup up a huge gain with his legs. Fields punctuated his long run with a brilliant and powerful stiff arm to a poor Spartan defender.

Fields finished the quarter with 71 yards on the ground:

Fields would eventually cap off that drive with a touchdown to Garrett Wilson. It was a nice route with Wilson able to find a soft spot in the zone and Fields’ beautiful touch pass finding the mark:

That throw made it 14-0 Buckeyes as the first quarter came to a close. Even without some key members, Ohio State is looking strong early on.