Wisconsin linebacker T.J. Edwards earned national recognition for his contributions in Wisconsin’s 24-10 win over Michigan on Saturday afternoon.

On Sunday morning, Bruce Feldman of Sports Illustrated tweeted that Edwards was named the Walter Camp FBS National Player of the Week for his efforts in Week 12. The linebacker recorded 11 tackles, including 2.5 tackles for loss, in the victory.

San Diego State’s Rashaad Penny was the offensive player that received the honors this week.

Seven of Edwards’ tackles were solo stops and he also tallied a sack in the game. He was credited with one defended pass and a quarterback hurry, as well.

Edwards is Wisconsin’s second-leading tackler this season, recording 60 stops and 8.5 tackles for loss. He’s also been credited with six pass break-ups for the year. Saturday’s 11-tackle performance was the first time in 2017 that Edwards racked up a double-digit tally.

Thanks to Edwards’ contributions, the Badgers are 11-0 heading into the final week of the season. They will travel to Minneapolis to play Minnesota next Saturday.