We caught up with Dayton Flyers coach Anthony Grant to get his impression of his second UD team after a week of summer workouts.

Watch: Dayton provides first extended look at Flyers in practice this summer

Facebook video shows team in action at Cronin Center

A new NCAA rule pushed up the start date, and Dayton Athletic Director Neil Sullivan said in April UD would probably take advantage of the early start date.

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While fans may not get to see the Flyers before then — the renovation of UD Arena could mean there won’t be a Red and Blue Game for the second straight year — UD provided the first extended glimpse of the team in action at practice this summer with a video posted to Facebook on Tuesday.

Dayton can work up to eight hours per week during the summer, but only four of those hours can be used on basketball-related activities, meaning the other four hours can be used on strength and conditioning.

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