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"We're not anticipating this will do us any favors," said Bill Clever, Oregon's director of compliance. "It's not going to raise our APR, certainly, and I don't know that we've started to project what it will be yet."
Oregon's current APR (Academic Progress Rate) for men’s basketball is 944. That's a four-year average, by which the NCAA enforces academic progress, and it contains the 870 score the program earned in 2008-09.
Another score of 870 or below for 2009-10 would drop the team's APR below 925.