Wilhoit nailed six of seven field goal tries. He also punted 15 times for a 35.1-yard average.
"He's had an outstanding spring," Fulmer said following Tuesday's practice at Haslam Field. The coach was particularly impressed with a couple of kicks he told Wilhoit to approach as potential game-winners in overtime. Wilhoit made both, sending one of them through the uprights from 47 yards out with nearly 10 yards to spare.
"You don't even have to see a good kick; you can hear it," Fulmer noted, grinning broadly. "And he punted really well Saturday."
"Britton pulled a hamstring and didn't sleep very well … something like that … some lame excuse," Fulmer said. "He overslept, then was too embarrassed to come late. You don't let one mistake cause another one. He is paying his dues."
Those dues include a significant amount of penalty running. Asked if Colquitt will be punting in Saturday's Orange & White game, Fulmer grinned smugly.
"I'm hopeful he'll be back for the game … if he's finished running by then," the coach deadpanned. "Or rolling … since he can't run."
INJURY UPDATE: Defensive tackle Demonte Bolden, who suffered a head injury in Saturday's scrimmage, was back at practice Tuesday. Defensive end Walter Fisher, who suffered a shoulder injury, will have an MRI that will determine whether or not he can participate on Saturday.