Arizona State's football team has been without its starting quarterback, Taylor Kelly, for three games because of a foot injury. But according to head coach Todd Graham, the Sun Devils won't have to wait much longer for Kelly's return. Graham said Monday he expects Kelly to start against Washington Saturday. "I look for him to be able to hopefully progress and this'll be the week that he'll be back," Graham said. Mike Bercovici has filled in for Kelly, tossing 10 touchdown passes with just two interceptions at a 62 percent clip. The Sun Devils have gone 2-1 with Bercovici starting. "We've got confidence in both those guys, and whatever we've got to do to win, that's what we're going to do," Graham said. Graham said Kelly went through practice and pregame warmups last week, but they agreed he wasn't ready to play.