TEMPE, Ariz. -- Marion Grice ran for three touchdowns, Taylor Kelly was efficient in his desert debut and Arizona State opened the Todd Graham era with a 63-6 rout over Northern Arizona Thursday night.
The Sun Devils overwhelmed Northern Arizona from the opening kickoff, forcing three turnovers and running for five touchdowns while building a 42-0 halftime lead.
Kelly, Arizona State's fourth quarterback in as many years, looked as he'd been under center all along, throwing for 247 yards and a touchdown.
Cameron Marshall had two of Arizona State's seven rushing touchdowns, both in the first quarter, and the Sun Devils rolled up 554 yards of offense while scoring their most points since 2005.
Arizona State was just as dominant defensively, knocking out Northern Arizona's quarterback and leading rusher in the first half.
Washington State returns the nation's top quarterback in terms of yards per game in Luke Falk, but who's going to protect his blind side?
Florida's defense struggled late in the season in losses to Florida State, Alabama and Michigan.
Georgia Tech got some much-needed help in the trenches on signing day, nabbing seven linemen, including its only ESPN 300 prospect -- Parker Braun.
An already-strong Wolverines secondary looks even better post-Recruiting Day, while the offensive linemen will need to step up.
Now that we know where the Class of 2016 recruits are headed next year, we've updated our way-too-early Big 12 Power Rankings.
Spring practice is just around the corner, so here is another batch of power rankings to enjoy before the 2016 season.