Georgia shuts out Auburn in second half for 13-7 win

ATHENS, Ga. -- After a season of mixed results, the University of Georgia pulled out a major win on Saturday against Auburn - without a single offensive touchdown.

The Bulldogs knocked off No. 8 Auburn 13-7 on Saturday in Athens, Ga., which will end any chance the Tigers had to reach the SEC title game.

Alabama (10-0, 7-0) has clinched the SEC West; the Crimson Tide face Auburn (7-3, 5-2) in the Iron Bowl on Nov. 26. No. 1 Alabama defeated Mississippi state 51-3 on Saturday.

The Bulldogs (6-4, 4-4) scored a touchdown on a Maurice Smith interception, and they added two filed goals from Rodrigo Blankenship. Nick Chubb rushed for 100 yards and Sony Michel added 55.

Georgia held Auburn to 32 yards in the second half. Auburn, which had won six in a row, played without leading rusher Kamryn Pettway.

PHOTOS: Auburn v Georgia

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