Your Offensive Player of the Week in the Pac-12 is none other than UCLA’s Dorian Thompson-Robinson. The Bruin quarterback received the weekly honor from the conference on Monday, putting the exclamation mark on what was a tremendous weekend for UCLA.

Thompson-Robinson was also named a Manning Award Star of the Week, Tournament of Roses and Rose Bowl Game Committee Week 5 Pac-12 Player of the Week, and the Monday Morning Quarterback of the Week by the East-West Shrine Bowl. On Friday night, he helped the Bruins to a 40-32 win over then-No. 15 Washington.

The fifth-year senior Bruin accounted for four touchdowns and completed 24 of his 33 pass attempts for 315 yards in the win. He had highlight play after highlight play, propelling the Bruins to what was at one point a 40-16 lead.

It marked the fourth time in five outings this season that Thompson-Robinson had completed at least 72% of his passes. His three passing touchdowns (12, 15 and 39 yards) lifted Thompson-Robinson’s career total to 72, just three off the all-time school record of 75 set by Brett Hundley (2011-14).

After five games — all of them UCLA wins — Thompson-Robinson ranks seventh nationally in QBR (86.2) and 12th in the country in passer efficiency (171.4).

Against Washington, he became just the third Bruin quarterback in school history to record 10,000 yards of total offense (10,156 yards). He sits fourth on the school’s all-time passing list with 8,752 career yards, right behind Josh Rosen (9,341).

UCLA faces No. 11 Utah at home on Saturday. Kickoff is set for 12:30 p.m. PT on FOX.