After a strong offensive showing and a 45-30 win to hand UCLA its first loss of the season, Oregon offensive coordinator Kenny Dillingham was recognized as one of the top coordinators in college football for Week 8.

On3’s Matt Zenitz has been handing out weekly “top coordinator” honors throughout the season, and Dillingham earned his second from the college football analyst Monday morning. Oregon’s first-year OC went into Saturday’s matchup armed with a gameplan that, when executed to perfection by the Ducks, was flawless.

Oregon put up 545 yards of offense in the win. It had a 28-point second quarter that broke the game open. The Ducks averaged 7.4 yards per play, the fourth straight game they’ve been above 7 yards a play.

Quarterback Bo Nix completed 22 of his 28 pass attempts for 283 yards and five touchdowns as the Ducks picked apart the UCLA secondary. Dillingham had the perfect mix of run/pass to keep UCLA’s usually-active front off-balance.

Bucky Irving ran for 107 yards on 19 carries. Noah Whittington had 73 yards on 12 carries. Nix added 51 yards. As a team, Oregon topped 250 rushing yards for the third straight game.

Oregon is back on the field this Saturday against Cal, looking to extend the winning streak to seven games.