Pitt gets back to bread and butter, up two scores

PITTSBURGH -- For some unknown reason, Pitt went away from Dion Lewis in the third quarter, as he got only five carries.

But after Bill Stull threw his second interception of the game -- what's up with turnovers between these normally mistake-free teams? -- Pitt's defense got a key stop. And then Lewis got the call to bring it home. He ran for his second touchdown -- on his 38th carry of the game -- and Pitt is back up by two scores, 38-24.

Thirty-eight carries for a true freshman. Wow. Just keep feeding Lewis. That's pretty much all Pitt should do the rest of the game.