"Right now we don't have to talk about that," Fulmer said. "We're in the evaluating process. Both of them have done well. Both of them are co-starters regardless of who takes the first snap. The guy that plays the best will continue to play. That's what we've said from the beginning and that's what we've done."
In addition to liking the way his young quarterback's have come along, Fulmer is equally impressed with the way the entire team is progressing.
"I like the attitude of this football team," Fulmer said. "It's a huge football game. We'll see how good we are Saturday night because Auburn is really special."
Tennessee also welcomed Victor McClure back to the team after his suspension for off the field problems.
"Victor McClure will return to participation," Fulmer said. "He's been on a three game suspension. We've worked with the doctors and I think it's in his best interest to return. He is making good progress from a medical standpoint and that's the most important thing."