Okay, let’s sort out this mess.
Off-throttle blowing of the diffuser is when you engineer the engine map to allow gases to continue to flow through the exhaust into the diffuser. This is also known as cold-blowing to separate it from hot-blowing, which is tweaking the engine map to continue to burn fuel even though the throttle is not being pressed. Hot-blowing gives a greater advantage than cold-blowing.
HBD is the more advanced version of OTBD, it even says so in the BBC article linked to in the Wiki page. I thought Sauber were hot-blowing because the Ferrari engine can do it, however it’s not as simple as turning it on, there’s some car designing to be done too, so maybe they never got that far. I haven’t seen anything that says they’re not blowing their diffuser in the first place – in fact when HRT threatened to protest the diffusers in Spain and Monaco, Sauber were not named as one of the teams that would be safe. Only Virgin and HRT aren’t blowing off-throttle, to the best of my knowledge.
So, Sauber will not advance as much as fighting regularly for podiums.