AUBURN, Ala. (AP) -The Auburn Tigers aren't making a quarterback change.
Coach Tommy Tuberville said Sunday that Chris Todd will remain the starter for the 13th-ranked Tigers Saturday at No. 19 Vanderbilt.
Kodi Burns got his first significant action since starting the opener and completed a key third-down pass on the final series in a 14-12 win over Tennessee. Tuberville said the Tigers would still play both quarterbacks.
He noted that Burns got the fans excited and made some athletic plays, but said Todd is also progressing.
Auburn was held to 226 total yards against Tennessee but had terrible field position much of the second half.

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