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College Hotline - Pac-12 football: List of Academic Progress Rate scores for all teams

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    Below are the numbers, broken into single-year (2014-15) and multi-year scores.

    (If you’re unfamiliar, the APR is the best real-time tracker of performance — far better than the graduation rates — because it awards points for retention and eligibility.)

    Kudos to Cal, which posted a 997 single-year score.

    Not long ago — quite recently, in fact — the Bears were the worst performers (APR and graduation rates) of any school in the Power 5 conferences.

    The scores have been steadily improving thanks to institutional changes, but these single-year numbers are a great leap forward.

    (Cal’s men’s basketball single-year total was even better: 1,000.)

    Also worth noting: Stanford’s single-year scores, no doubt affected by NFL attrition, are the lowest since the NCAA began reporting that piece of the puzzle late last decade.

    The Cardinal’s multi-year score remains the best (tied) in the conference.


    Cal 997
    Utah 997
    Arizona State 990
    Colorado 973
    USC 973
    Stanford 971
    Oregon 967
    UCLA 963
    Washington 962
    Washington State 962
    Oregon State 956
    Arizona 916


    Stanford 983
    Utah 983
    Washington 974
    UCLA 972
    Oregon 969
    Colorado 968
    Washington State 965
    Arizona State 960
    Cal 960
    USC 959
    Arizona 955
    Oregon State 949


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