RENO — Brian Polian can smile and shake hands with the best of them.
“I’ve gone through seven months of meeting and greeting and cocktail parties,” the Nevada Wolf Pack head football coach said Monday. “I’m excited to get to real football.”
The time for shaking hands, wearing nametags and making small talk at parties is over for the rookie Wolf Pack head coach.
“This is the part of the job that you dream about when you get the job, not the cocktail parties,” said Polian, who conducted his first summer practice session Monday.
Polian’s first summer camp in northern …