I am glad the offense produced no TOs. Especially since my greatest concern about JT has surrounded that very proclivity. Still, just like in all scrimmages, you get disappointed in the defense (not creating TOs) when the offense does well.
If forced to choose, I would rather have this result than our defense forcing 12 TOs with their stellar swarming effort. We lost the TO battle last year and that stat badly needs to change. We need to force more on defense, but even more so, in my mind, we need to eliminate the needless ones on offense due to poor execution. It is hard to get upset when your ball carrier coughs up the ball after a sprinting defender puts a well timed helmet right on the football, but that typically is not what happened last year. Most of our TOs on O were of the sloppy variety or the result of bad choices.