first_img15Oklahoma State31515100.0015100.0000.00 11LSU3161593.751168.75425.00 RankNameGamesTripsScoresScore %TDTD %FGFG % 11Cincinnati3161487.501275.00212.50 6Troy3171482.351164.71317.65 4Oregon State31818100.001477.78422.22 11Northwestern31616100.001062.50637.50 15Ball State31515100.001173.33426.67 6Oklahoma3171588.24952.94635.29 4Marshall3181688.891266.67422.22 2Oregon3191684.211368.42315.79 Some might say “hey, not a big deal, we’re only three games in” and that’s true, but consider OSU’s struggles in 2012 to punch TDs in when they got inside the 20. The Cowboys ranked No. 4 overall in college football in score percentage (93%) but just 26th in TD percentage (67%).When you remember that OSU’s issues last year were laid equally on the offense and defense, it’s a big deal that they’ve been able to score with such ease in the red zone.Will this change come conference play, sure, but OSU’s start is definitely encouraging.If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!center_img 6Houston2171482.35847.06635.29 1Texas A&M3211885.711780.9514.76 11Tennessee3161487.501275.00212.50 6Utah State3171694.121482.35211.76 Photo Attribution: USATSIPhoto Attribution: USATSIThere are 19 schools with more than 15 trips into the red zone this year. Of those only four have a perfect scoring rate (100%) and only one has scored a TD in every trip. That would be Oklahoma State.Here’s a look: 15Boise State3151280.001066.67213.33 15Navy2151386.671066.67320.00 15UCF3151493.331066.67426.67 2Indiana3191473.681368.4215.26 6Western Kentucky3171376.471058.82317.65last_img

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