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Auburn coach Gene Chizik says he hasn't made a decision on who will start at quarterback against Vanderbilt.

Clint Moseley claimed the job for Saturday's 41-20 loss at Mississippi. Kiehl Frazier started the first five games but was benched at halftime against Arkansas.

Chizik says the decision could be similar to last week when Auburn announced Friday that Moseley would start. He says Frazier is "not completely healthy right now" but didn't elaborate.

Moseley completed 11 of 18 passes for 112 yards with an interception.

The Tigers are last in the Southeastern Conference in total and scoring offense.

Chizik says he won't know the status of injured center Reese Dismukes, defensive end Dee Ford or cornerback Chris Davis until at least after Tuesday's practice. All missed the game.

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