The Huskies put what coach Tyrone Willingham called "a good finish" to fall camp with a single practice Saturday in helmets and shoulder pads. Attention was focused on San Jose State, the opening opponent this coming Saturday.
Gold jerseys were worn by defensive end Daniel Te'o-Nesheim (defense) and true freshman Fred Wiggs (scout team).
Practice ended with a field-goal kicking competition in which non-kickers took their best shots. Good field goals subtracted one sprint from the team's workload. Quarterback Isaiah Stanback contributed a grounder.
Of the three players injured in the "big bang" scrimmage play Thursday, safety C.J. Wallace and receiver Anthony Russo were held out, but Jason Wells worked. All are expected to be ready when practice resumes Tuesday.
Sunday will make the Huskies' first off day since Aug. 7. They will return with an unusual Monday that includes a season-opening media event followed by the annual Kickoff Luncheon for season-ticket holders.