Oregon captured both Offensive and Defensive Lineman of the Week honors from the Pac-12 on Monday after its win over Stanford.

Brandon Dorlus was the selection on the defensive side of the football after dominating the line of scrimmage in the Ducks’ 45-27 win over the Cardinal. TJ Bass picked up the offensive selection.

Dorlus was also in the running for the Pac-12’s Defensive Player of the Week award. He might have won it if not for Utah’s Clark Phillips picking off Oregon State three times. Dorlus finished with three tackles for loss and two sacks for the Ducks.

It was his first multi-sack performance and the second time this season he’s had multiple TFLs in a game. This is the second time in three weeks that Dorlus has won the award. He shared it with Arizona’s Hunter Echols in Week 3.  It’s also the third straight week the Ducks have gotten the honor, with Mase Funa winning last week.

As for Bass, he was clean in the win. Oregon’s offensive line was hit with penalties several times, but Bass wasn’t flagged. He also wasn’t charged by Pro Football Focus with allowing a single pressure. The Ducks ran for 351 yards as a team, the most they’ve had in a single game since going for 392 against Oregon State in November of 2018.

Oregon faces Arizona on the road this Saturday, with kickoff set for 6 p.m. PT on the Pac-12 Network.