Florida head football coach Dan Mullen has been selected as The Dodd Trophy Coach of the Week, the Bobby Dodd Coach of the Year Foundation and Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl announced on Tuesday.

Mullen’s No. 10 Florida Gators defeated No. 7 Auburn, 24-13, in a top-10 SEC showdown this past Saturday in Gainesville. The UF defense held the Tigers to only 2-of-14 on third-down attempts, while also forcing four turnovers and six three-and-outs.

“Coach Mullen has quickly restored the Florida program to national prominence,” Jim Terry, chairman of the Bobby Dodd Coach of the Year Foundation said in a press release. “Coach Dodd would be proud of his ability to turn around the program in such a short amount of time, while also remaining committed to excellence in the classroom and the community.”

The Gators have now won each of the last five matchups between two top-10 teams in the Swamp, and have won eight of their last 10 games against top-10 teams at home. The win was also the program’s 10th consecutive victory, which is its longest winning streak since the school-record 22 consecutive victories between the 2008-2009 seasons. Florida’s current winning streak remains the longest active streak in the SEC.

Mullen’s squad is in for another top-10 showdown in Week 7. The No. 7 Florida Gators travel to Death Valley this Saturday for a highly-anticipated matchup with No. 5 LSU, slated for an 8:00 p.m. ET kickoff on ESPN.

The Dodd Trophy Coach of the Week award honors a football coach who led his team to a significant victory during the previous week, while also embodying the award’s three pillars of scholarship, leadership and integrity.