So, a frenetic afternoon of rugby ends with a huge victory for Scotland that derails France's bid for a first grand slam in a decade.
The French effort was grossly undermined by a red card to prop Mohamed Haouas, who foolishly and needlessly punched Jamie Ritchie in the face on the stroke of half-time.
Trailing 7-6, Scotland seized the initiative, Sean Maitland touching down either side of the interval before Stuart McInally made the game safe.
Scotland should have had a bonus point, but couldn't conjure a fourth try. France continued to strain and press, Charles Ollivon scoring, but they too fell short of a losing bonus.
They are level on points with England at the summit, but cannot clinch the title next weekend.
The pressure on Scotland boss Gregor Townsend has eased significantly with that win. They head to Cardiff knowing a win over struggling Wales would give them a three-win Six Nations with two losing bonus points - a good return.
We'll be back with full coverage of that one. Meantime, thanks for your company, and enjoy what's left of your weekend.