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Academic Progress Rates are in

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    [​IMG]The NCAA released the APR scores for programs around the country on Wednesday, but Colorado has lost five scholarships for falling below the NCAA-required score of 925, which equates to around a 50 percent graduation rate, while 1,000 is a perfect score, reflecting a 100 percent graduation rate.

    It's no surprise to the Buffs, though, who took three fewer scholarships for their 2009 recruiting class in anticipation of the penalty. Schools can lose points for having academically ineligible players or for having players leave the program without graduating or being eligible to transfer elsewhere. The scores are based upon the past four school years, and those released Wednesday reflect up to the 2008-09 school year.

    Colorado is the only school in the conference that will be penalized. You can see scores for any program in any sport on the NCAA's website.

    1. Oklahoma -- 962

    2. Missouri -- 958

    3. Kansas -- 952

    4. Nebraska -- 950

    5. Texas -- 947

    6. Baylor -- 945

    6. Oklahoma State -- 945

    8. Texas Tech -- 944

    9. Kansas State -- 934

    9. Texas A&M -- 934

    11. Iowa State -- 926

    12. Colorado -- 920


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