April 9, 2014
RENO, Nev. – The Nevada football team will take its show on the road this week as it holds an off-campus practice for the first time ever, working out at Carson High School in Carson City on Saturday afternoon.
Festivities begin at noon as second-year coach Brian Polian and athletics director Doug Knuth will be on hand to meet and greet fans at the high school. Polian will talk about this year’s team and the upcoming season. The Wolf Pack will also provide free food with 500 hot dogs available on a first-come, first-served basis.
“We excited about heading down to Carson City this week and to have the opportunity to practice in front of our fans in the community,” Polian said. “Our players and our staff are excited about this Saturday and next week at Bishop Manogue and we’re hoping to see a great turnout from our fans.”
The Wolf Pack practice will get underway around 1 p.m. and should last around two hours, with the Wolf Pack including some live scrimmage action during the practice. Admission is free.
Rosters will be available at the practice, as will information on Nevada season and single-game tickets, Football 101 and The Blitz.
Nevada will hold a similar practice next Saturday, April 19th, at Bishop Manogue High School in south Reno.