Dorian Thompson-Robinson stands alone in UCLA’s record books.

In Saturday’s game against No. 11 Utah, the fifth-year senior quarterback tied and then passed Brett Hundley for sole possession of first place all-time in career touchdown passes. Thompson-Robinson connected with Logan Loya on a 70-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter to take the program record on his 76th career score.

Here’s the play that secured the record for DTR:

At the time of the touchdown, Thompson-Robinson was 16-for-20 for 277 yards, four touchdowns, and no interceptions. He also recorded a fifth touchdown on the ground. Utah’s defense had absolutely no answer for UCLA’s star quarterback at any point Saturday, as he was able to march the Bruins up and down the field time after time.

After an interception from Utah’s Cameron Rising on the Utes’ third possession, UCLA scored touchdowns on six of its next seven possessions. The only time it failed to score was an eight-play, 68-yard drive that ended with a field goal missed off the upright.