I am, too. I think Auburn punches it pretty easily the way they were running the ball but if all that does is cause FSU to burn one timeout, maybe nothing changes in the end, anyway. I'd rather have them burn that TO then not, though, since at that point you don't know what is going to happen next. I think where it breaks down is that any penalty - a false start for example - pushes Auburn back and starts to move the percentages out of their favor (if you think they were even in their favor to begin with).
I'm also interested in how FSU would respond if it happened. A TO to stop the clock is a no-brainer but then do they try to stop Auburn, knowing the chances are high that Auburn will score eventually since its first and goal at/inside the 1, or do they let Auburn score on next play to maximize the time they have to respond? Moot point, most likely, but it brings up some nonstandard scenarios that may create a little confusion/uncertainty for the other side.