UCLA’s Dorian Thompson-Robinson has been voted the top offensive player in the Pac-12 for the second week in a row.

The UCLA quarterback was named the Pac-12’s Offensive Player of the Week on Monday for his part in helping UCLA defeat then-No. 11 Utah 42-32 at the Rose Bowl.

He’s the first Bruin to win in back-to-back weeks since tailback Johnathan Franklin earned the award in the first two weeks of the 2012 season. DTR was also named a Manning Award Star of the Week, the Tournament of Roses and Rose Bowl Game Committee Pac-12 Player of the Week, and to the Davey O’Brien Great 8 List.

With UCLA winning back-to-back games against ranked opponents and DTR showing out in both victories, the acknowledgment has come fast and furious for the fifth-year senior after four weeks of tepid appreciation.

Against the Utes, Thompson-Robinson was again efficient as a thrower. He completed 18 of his 23 passes for 299 yards and four touchdowns. He threw a late interception, but the game was well in hand. At 74% on the season, Thompson-Robinson is currently leading all Pac-12 passers in completion percentage.

With five total touchdowns, he’s already up to 19 on the year, on pace to set a career-high for touchdowns scored in his final year with the program. He also became the Bruins’ all-time leading touchdown passer against Utah, passing Brett Hundley.

“We want more,” Thompson-Robinson said after Saturday’s win.

If he keeps playing like this, he’ll surely pile up more POTW honors from the league.