The first two-a-day practice for ASU

Getting up early, going through your team's first two-a-day practice is just a few things college football teams have to deal with during fall camp. Go "Inside" Tuesday morning's practice report and notebook to get Coach Hugh Freeze and Defensive Coordinator Dave Womack's thoughts on the Red Wolves.

Fall football camp is a time to see how your football team will react to new things, new challenges and sometimes adversity.

The daily grind of things is one of the first things a team has to handle.

Arkansas State new Head Coach Hugh Freeze likes mixing things up a little especially when it comes to the practice schedule.

Today marks the first two a day practice for the Red Wolves, Freeze moved up the practice so his team would get a taste of getting up ready for an early morning or noon ballgame.

"We got up at 5:30 this morning," Freeze said. "It was a good teaching session this morning after a lot of classroom times last night."

The team took the field at 7:25 a.m. and was off the field shortly after 9 a.m.

"We welcome the challenge of two a days," Freeze said. "Their spirits were great when we got up early this morning. We expect the same spirit and attitude this afternoon."

Freeze has changed up today's schedule, more meetings this morning and afternoon before the team retakes the practice field at 4:30 p.m.

Defense improving everyday

"We have made improvement everyday, we have had some inconsistencies with them, we are getting the right 11 on the field." Dave Womack Defensive Coordinator.

Defense showing excitement and enthusiasm

"Developing everyday. Our kids are enthusiastic and excited about the season."

Defensive pressure

"I put more pressure on myself than anyone puts on me," "I have always been one of these guys that want to do the best at whatever I do. Everyone is doing their part right now." Womack said.

Special Teams Work

"I thought that we some great special team drills from Coach Batoon," Freeze praised. "We got some walk thru work done this morning, some great special team work, overall it was a good morning."