More and more, we’re starting to see coaches in college football agree to get “mic’d up” for a practice to give fans a look at what goes on behind the scenes. The latest was Indiana defensive coordinator Charlton Warren.

From his personal Twitter account this week, Warren tweeted out a 2-minute video that was put together after putting on the microphone for a practice. It provides fans an inside look at the intensity of practice, as well as some of the more fun moments.

Below is the video, shared by Warren on Twitter on  Friday afternoon. It comes just a day before the Hoosiers are set to take on Ohio State in Bloomington:

Warren is in his first season at IU, joining the staff after spending the previous two seasons at Georgia. He also had stops at Florida, Tennessee, North Carolina, Nebraska and Air Force.

Indiana is looking to reverse its early-season fortunes sometime soon. The Hoosiers sit at 2-4 and have struggled on the offensive side of the football in the first half of the season.