San Jose State quarterback David Fales was not at practice Tuesday due to an illness, but his status for Saturday's game at UNLV is not in question.
"We wanted him to just get off his feet, go home, rest up and get better," Spartans coach Ron Caragher said. "I presume he'll be back tomorrow."
Backup Blake Jurich took Fales' repetitions with the first-team offense.
Also, true freshman Keenan Sykes is now the listed starter at one of the defensive tackle spots. He replaces Tony Popovich, who is out with a shoulder injury. Sykes was pulled from his redshirt year to play in the Wyoming game and had four tackles.
Santa Clara freshman Annie Freman carded a career-low round of 4-under-par 69 to earn her second consecutive tournament title and the Broncos women's team finished fourth at the 11-team Firestone Grill Cal Poly Invitational at Arroyo Grande. Freman shot a 4-under -142, winning by four shots.
Women's college basketball
Rebecca Woodberry scored a game-high 23 points and Jasmine Smith had 18 points and 19 rebounds to lead San Jose State to a 104-76 exhibition win over William Jessup at The Event Center.
Greenwald, whose father, Hank, was a longtime Bay Area broadcaster, has been the radio play-by-play man for the Giants' Triple-A affiliate in Fresno since 2003 and has done Internet play-by-play for Giants spring training games since 2006. Farber, a Leigh High graduate, called SCU women's basketball games from 2008-12.
Staff writer Jimmy Durkin contributed to this report.