Pac-10 passes the APR measure

August, 6, 2010
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The Pac-10's academic progress is solid, with no team falling below the cutoff line for potential NCAA penalties.

The Academic Progress Rate numbers (APR) have been released -- you can play with the tool here and check out how various coaches and programs have performed -- and every Pac-10 school at least met the 925 cutoff line, which the NCAA equates to a 50 percent graduate rate.

Stanford tops the Pac-10 at 975. Arizona State is last at 925. Washington State (953) and Arizona (961) showed notable improvement over previous years.

Here's the list.
  1. Stanford: 975.
  2. USC: 971.
  3. California: 963.
  4. Oregon State: 962
  5. Arizona: 961.
  6. Washington State: 953.
  7. Oregon: 949.
  8. UCLA: 943.
  9. Washington: 934.
  10. Arizona State: 925

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