Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields totaled 314 yards passing and five touchdowns in the Buckeyes 49-27 win over Rutgers on Saturday night, but he thinks he can do better.

Even though his targets Garrett Wilson and Chris Olave had great numbers against the Scarlet Knights – Wilson had six catches for 104 yards and one touchdown, and Chris Olave had five catches for 64 yards – Fields is looking to improve.

“Those guys are great receivers,” Fields said of Wilson and Olave. “I don’t think we are at our peak. We can still realize our full potential. I hope we do that and that will be enough.

“I think we can get better in all aspects. That’s what film is for. We will come in tomorrow and see what aspects we need to improve on.”

Ohio State led by a 35-3 score at the half, scoring on five of its six first-half possessions outgaining Rutgers 353-83 in total yardage. The Buckeys then appeared to ease off, allowing Rutgers to post four second-half touchdowns using some trickery by head coach Greg Schiano. The Scarlet Knights outgained the Buckeyes 283-158 yards, and outscored OSU 24-14 in the second half.

The Buckeyes travel to Maryland to take on the Terrapins and their breakout quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa next Saturday, Nov. 14.