Michael Penix is going to set some program records for passing at the rate he’s going.

He got one on Saturday in Washington’s 49-39 win over Arizona at home to move to 5-2 on the year. With 516 passing yards, Penix broke the program’s all-time, single-game passing record. Cody Pickett threw for 455 yards against Arizona back in 2001. Penix topped that thanks to an offense that just kept bombing away.

Pickett also owns the program record for passing yards in a single season, throwing for 4,458 yards in 2002. He’s the only quarterback in program history to throw for 4,000 yards in a season. Penix is on pace to reach 4,000. Assuming the 5-2 Huskies earn a bowl bid and Penix is able to play every game, he’s on pace to take Pickett’s single-season record, too.

After seven games, Penix has thrown for 2,560 yards. He’s on pace for 4,754 this season. Penix also has 20 passing touchdowns through seven games. Jake Browning’s record for 43 passing scores in 2016 appears to be safe for the moment, but Penix is on pace to have one of the three best touchdown outputs in a season in program history.

He threw four touchdowns against the Wildcats — two to Rome Odunze, one to Jalen McMillan, and one to Ja’Lynn Polk.

You can see Penix’s highlights from the game below: