So I do this from time to time. Especially during meet prep.
I'm actually going to use (drum roll) the split I have been using. The solid rotational split. I have had much thinking the last couple of days, and I am just not wanting to push the squat really heavy right now since my quad is just feeling better, and I don't want a set back. So I can't train with the kind of weight I usually do. I will squat twice a week, with more volume than usual to make up for the lack of weight.
I still need more upperback work as well, and this is taken care of. I also like the idea of keeping my pause squats on deadlift day only, as a warm up. The difference is, I will be training 4 days a week, much like I did in prep for the USPF nationals.
Basically it will look like this...........
front squats - as part of the warm up
squats - 5,4,3,2,1,1,1
upperback work - pendlay rows - 5x5 to top set
1 legged work - 100 reps
press - Bench or Incline - 5,4,3,2,1,1,1/2x5, 1xamap
curls - 1x100
front raises - 1x100
high bar pause squats 3x3 - this weight may be static.
deads - 5,4,3,2,1,1,1
small deficit deads - 2x3
press - Db overhead or PBN - 2x20/2x10
rows - 5x20
rear delt machine - 4x25