Troy Franklin now holds the single-season Oregon records for receiving yards, receiving touchdowns, and 100-yard games.

The junior receiver for the Ducks brought in seven first-half receptions for 123 yards and two touchdowns. Franklin entered Saturday’s game against Arizona State just 91 receiving yards away from Dillon Mitchell’s record (1,184) from 2018. He was also one touchdown reception behind Josh Huff (2013) and Jeff Maehl (2010), who both had 12 in their respective seasons.

Franklin tied the touchdown record on a 16-yard reception from Nix at the end of the first quarter. Early in the second quarter, he took the record for himself by wrestling away a 45-yard touchdown from an ASU defender.

The two first-half touchdown receptions also brought Franklin’s career total to 24, which tied the all-time Oregon record for a career.

Franklin set the yardage record late in the second quarter on a 13-yard gain on a first down.

Last week, Franklin tied the Oregon single-season record with his sixth 100-yard receiving game. His sixth reception on Saturday gave him sole possession of that record as well.

Franklin, who has a reception in 27 straight games, is one of just three players in the FBS who is averaging at least 100 yards per game with at least 10 receiving touchdowns. The other two are Ohio State’s Marvin Harrison Jr. and LSU’s Malik Nabers.

Franklin should absolutely be in the conversation for the Biletnikoff Award this season as the sport’s best receiver.