COLUMBIA - The Missouri Tigers offense has scored points on every single drive they've taken into the red zone this season.
The Tigers have made 10 trips inside the 20 yard line this year. They have scored a touchdown on nine of those drives and a field goal on the other.
Mizzou is one of 19 teams in the country to score in every trip to the red zone this year.
With a 90% touchdown rate, the Tigers have the best touchdown rate among the the 19 teams that have converted on every trip inside the red zone.
Head Coach Eliah Drinkwitz said his players are the key to red zone success.
"I think Tyler Badie has made some really good plays, I think our quarterback made some really good plays, I think our tight ends have made some really good catches. I don't think there's anything magically in the scheme that's real good, I think our guys are just making plays" Drinkwitz said.
Missouri wide receiver Chance Luper said the team has long focused on red zone efficiency.
"I remember in fall camp, first thing we did was practice in the red zone. So like, if you practice in the red zone first, then you're going to prioritize it and we prioritize it," Luper said.
Mizzou hopes to continue its red zone efficiency when they take on Boston College Saturday at 11 am in Chestnut Hill, MA.