Improving to 3-0, the No. 3 Ohio State Buckeyes defeated the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, 49-27, on Saturday in Columbus.

Taking a 35-3 lead into the halftime break, junior quarterback Justin Fields continued to state his Heisman Trophy case, completing 24-of-28 passes for 314 yards and five touchdowns, while adding seven yards and another score on the ground.

Sophomore wide receiver Garrett Wilson was the largest beneficiary of Fields’ performance, hauling in six passes for 104 yards and a touchdown. A product of Lake Travis High School in Austin, Texas, Wilson has now reached 100 yards in each game this season.

Despite the 22-point victory, head coach Ryan Day identified some areas worthy of improvement postgame, focusing on the second half, where Rutgers outscored the Buckeyes, 24-14.

Two of the Scarlet Knights’ four touchdowns came on trick plays, and Day said he had never seen a team attempt so much trickery in a single game.

The second-year coach left his team will a message designed to push them to reach their maximum potential.

Ohio State will hit the road for the second time this year on November 14 when they battle the Maryland Terrapins at 3:30 p.m. ET on the Big Ten Network.