A look back at the 2012 Sun Devil football season as well as a recap of spring action and a look at the 2013 football season.
The Sun Devils finished their first season under new head coach Todd Graham with an 8-5 record.
The Sun Devils will play the Midshipmen on Dec. 29 and can be watched on ESPN2.
The Sun Devils will wrap up the regular season against rival Arizona.
Sun Devil football also honored the 17 seniors who played in their final home game Saturday afternoon at Sun Devil Stadium.
AP Photos: Football vs. Colorado
ASU: Exceptional athlete on offense, defense and special teams... slated to begin his Sun Devil career at wide receiver... speedy and quick all-purpose athlete... runs a 4.4 40-yard dash... excellent deep threat as a receiver and a dangerous returns specialist.
2012:Had 14 receptions on the season and scored on two of those, including one against Colorado (10/11) and averaged 10.1 yards per catch...Made his Sun Devil debut against NAU, scoring the team's only receiving touchdown and finishing with five catches for 45 yards while rushing three times for 26 yards...
HIGH SCHOOL: Regarded as a PrepStar All-American and the No. 47 overall prospect in the state of California by SuperPrep... rated by ESPN as a four-star prospect and the No. 39 wide receiver recruit in the country... evaluated by Scout.com as a cornerback and ranked the No. 31 national prospect at the position... rated by Rivals.com as the No. 63 wide receiver recruit in the country and the state of California's No. 53 overall prospect... totaled 41 receptions for 623 yards (15.2 avg.) with eight scores as a senior in 2011 despite missing three games due to injury... helped the Jackrabbits to a 10-2 record on the year... added two carries for 80 yards with a touchdown and eight tackles on defense... averaged 12.3 yards on punt returns and 23.1 yards on kickoff returns... notched a season-high 123 receiving yards on six catches with three touchdowns against Newport Harbor on Nov. 18, 2011... caught seven passes for 87 yards and a touchdown against Narbonne on Sept. 16, 2011... .hauled in six receptions for 78 yards against Grant on Sept. 3, 2011... led Poly with 23 receptions for 597 yards (26.0 avg.) and eight touchdowns as a junior in 2010... averaged 27.2 yards on kickoff returns... had two 100-yard receiving games on the year... totaled a season-best 141 receiving yards on only three receptions, all of which went for touchdowns, against Bakersfield on Sept. 2, 2010... totaled 104 yards on three catches with two scores against Woodrow Wilson on Oct. 29, 2010... caught a pair of touchdown passes totaling 73 yards against Millikan on Oct. 22, 2010... totaled eight receptions for 106 yards as a sophomore on varsity in 2009... posted a season-best 47 receiving yards on two receptions against Compton on Nov. 13, 2009... "I have liked ASU since the 8th grade," said Smith. "[I have] always wanted to play there. So when they offered me I was very excited. When I went there for Junior Day it was a great environment. I liked how it was away from home, but not too far."... chose ASU over reported FBS offers from Arizona, Colorado, UCLA, Utah and Washington... was also recruited by Oregon State... "[My family] liked hearing how committed they are to student-athletes, the type of support that they get at ASU," said Smith... coached by Raul Lara at Poly High School... verbally committed to ASU on April 6, 2011.