Navy offense vs. Arizona State defense: Despite one-sided losses to start the season against Notre Dame and Penn State, the Midshipmen have not faced a team with the collective speed of the Sun Devils or a defensive lineman with the power and athleticism of All-American tackle Will Sutton since going up against South Carolina and Jadeveon Clowney last season. But the Mids were able to hang with the Gamecocks a year ago, and if they contain Sutton, who had nine sacks and 20 tackles for loss, they should be able to give freshman quarterback Keenan Reynolds enough time to make plays. The Midshipmen also need to pay attention to linebacker Chris Young, who had 14 tackles for loss. The Sun Devils rank second in the nation with four sacks a game. What should help Navy, at least starting out, is that Arizona State has never played against a triple-option offense. If the Midshipmen can get their running game going behind Reynolds, sophomore fullback Noah Copeland (209 yards and three touchdowns in the past two games) and senior slotback Gee Gee Greene (team-leading 765 yards with 7.1 yards per carry, fifth-best in school history), it could open things up for Reynolds (56-for-97 for 884 yards with eight touchdown passes to only one interception) to throw the ball on play-action to senior wide receiver Brandon Turner, who can be tough to cover. The Sun Devils have 20 interceptions. The Midshipmen have lost only once since Reynolds took over for Trey Miller against Air Force in early October.