The college football season ended with a climax as for the first time in the College Football Playoff era, all Power Five conferences had a title game. Two were presumably winner gets in, two had a higher ranked team that needed to get in, and one was not going to matter. Well, in one where the winner gets in (a de facto Round of 8 game), the Georgia Bulldogs punched their ticket to the playoffs and won the SEC for the first time since 2005. And it was a defensive player that led them. Roquan Smith was the man of the match. From sideline to sideline, he kept Auburn's offense at bay. He finished the day with 13 tackles, including a sack, and had two fumble recoveries. The Auburn offense could only muster 7 points (none after their first possession) and 259 total yards. Running it, 3.7 yards per play. Passing it, only 4.5 yards per play. While Georgia heads to the Rose Bowl College Playoff Semifinal matchup against Oklahoma, Smith walked away with the SEC Championship Game MVP and is the Longhorndave Sportsman of the Week!