Kedren Johnson scored a game-high 15 points and Jeter, a freshman making his third start, scored 10 points as Vanderbilt won its seventh straight against Auburn.
Fuller, the team's second-leading scorer, scored in double figures for the second straight game. Bright is averaging 10.7 points the last three games and matched a career-high with four 3-pointers on seven attempts. Both players started the first 14 games, but were moved to the bench more than a week ago after combining for eight points and five turnovers in a 56-33 loss to Arkansas.
"I'm feeling pretty comfortable coming from the bench," said Bright, a freshman from Germany. "I don't have a problem with it. We're playing better since we made the adjustment. As long as we're winning, I'm fine."
Vanderbilt, which entered averaging an SEC-low 59.1 points, also finally received a boost at the foul line.
The second-worst free-throw shooting team (57.2 percent) in the country, they made a season-high 24 free throws out of 30 attempts. Johnson paced the team by making eight of 10. Fuller made six of seven and Odom sank all six.
"We're a good free-throw shooting team," Johnson said. "We've been shooting pretty good in practice. It was just the confidence has been built up in games to where we just got to go out and shoot them like we do in practice and not overthink your free-throw shooting. That's what happens a lot — mental blocks happen a lot during free-throw shooting."
Johnson sank a 3-pointer for Vanderbilt's largest lead, 55-39, with 10:59 left but the Commodores went scoreless for nearly 5 minutes. Auburn failed to capitalize even a little, committing four turnovers and missing three shots during a 4-minute drought. After shooting 50 percent (11 of 22) in the first half, the Tigers made just 11 of 31 shots (35.5 percent) in the final 20 minutes.
Chubb and Frankie Sullivan each scored 14 points and Brian Greene Jr. added 11 for the Tigers, who have dropped three straight.
"It's the same issue we had against Kentucky (in a 75-53 loss on Saturday)," Auburn coach Tony Barbee said. "I thought we got a lot of great looks. To win, you have to score the basketball and we aren't doing that efficiently right now."