Arizona State is seeing the benefits of their opening weekend rout, moving up multiple spots in Tuesday's AP and Coaches' Polls.
The Sun Devils are ranked 16th and 17th by the Coaches and Associated Press, respectively, after being 18th and 19th in the polls last week.
The Sun Devils gained some positive attention after a convincing 45-14 win against Weber State on Thursday. Arizona State showed off their fast-paced offense in the Thursday's win, racking up 570 total yards on offense.
Senior Quarterback Taylor Kelly looked comfortable while commanding the Sun Devils' offense, throwing for 238 yards and one touchdown while only playing in the first half. Running back D.J. Foster dominated on the ground, rushing for 147 yards and three touchdowns, averaging 9.8 yards per carry.
Arizona State's next game is in Albuquerque against the University of New Mexico Lobos on Saturday at 4 p.m. The Lobos are coming off of an opening season loss to UTEP, 31-24.
New Mexico looks to be a great challenge for Arizona State's young defense, as they picked up 410 rushing yards against UTEP Saturday.