That has to be good news for a Pitt team that has turned the ball over eight times since the bye week on November 4. Over that same three games, Pitt has produced just two turnovers.
Wannstedt was also asked if there would be a tendency to come out running or throwing the ball against Cincinnati. Against South Florida two weeks ago, Pitt opened up the game with six consecutive runs. Last week against West Virginia, the Panthers opened up with five consecutive passes.