Part II of a two-part look at the players Arizona State loses from the 2012 team and how they will be replaced. Part I, on defensive departures, ran Monday and can be viewed here.
Consistent talk of Todd Graham's "High Octane" offense upon his arrival at Arizona State came with a grain of salt, and rightfully so. The offense had lost starting quarterback Brock Osweiler, arguably its best offensive lineman and its top three receivers to graduation andor early entry in the NFL Draft.
But Graham and offensive coordinator Mike Norvell ended up delivering on the promise of a high-powered, high-scoring offense -- just not with the pieces most expected. Wide receiver Jamal Miles and running back Cameron Marshall had limited impacts while new faces like Marion Grice and Taylor Kelly emerged as offensive leaders.
The offense finished the year averaging 38.4 points per game, 77.8 plays per game and 464.5 yards per game, good enough to rank 25th in the nation in total offense. Most of the ...