Saturday’s games narrowed down the SEC East race to two teams.

The SEC West? That’s all wrapped up.

Georgia stunned No. 9 Auburn 13-7 in a defensive struggle in Athens, clinching the SEC West title for top-ranked Alabama. The Tigers (7-3, 5-2) didn’t pick up a first down in the second half, while the Bulldogs’ rally was sparked by Maurice Smith’s pick-six in the early third quarter.

That play, which ended up being the deciding touchdown, is a delightful twist of irony:

It did end up clinching the title for the Crimson Tide, which is headed to the SEC Championship Game for the third straight season.

Auburn’s dud ended a few weeks of hype about an SEC West-deciding Iron Bowl. The Tigers were arguably the hottest team in the nation after starting the season 1-2. Quarterback Sean White completed 6-of-20 passes for just 27 yards, while star running back Kamryn Pettway missed the game with an injury.

Alabama will still win the West even if it loses to Auburn on Nov. 26, but people aren’t too thrilled about that game anymore.