A benefit of their schedule since the South Carolina game mid-September, a row of cupcakes and SEC-in-name-only (at least this year) teams. They certainly could beat Auburn and my Jackets, but I also wouldn't be surprised to see them lose one or both. Lots of talent, but I don't think they're very well coached.
Edit: the 5 SEC teams they've beat this year are a combined 5-24 in conference play
Georgia in a nutshell over the past decade, IMO. People are starting to notice a bit more with 1) time, and 2) Clemson not outdoing them on that front for a change. The fact that Georgia has feasted upon relatively weak competition is my main source of hope with regards to Auburn going into Athens and having a shot of pulling it out. Auburn has beaten every middling SEC team they have played so far this season (South Carolina, Florida), while being crushed by the really good teams that they have played, and I'm hoping that Georgia is a middling unit that is hiding it well right now.