USC #3 in APR in the Pac-10

For those of you who might be interested...

The APR score seeks to measure player retention, eligibility and progress toward graduation. This report is based on NCAA Division I Academic Progress Rate (APR) data submitted by the institution for the 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07, and 2007-08 academic years.

Stanford led the Pac-10 and earned a "Public Recognition Award" for its score of 984.

The average for FBS conferences in football was 941.

The Pac-10 scores for football:

Arizona: 924
Arizona State: 945
California: 970
Oregon: 935
Oregon State: 930
Stanford: 984
UCLA: 948
USC: 956
Washington: 954
Washington State: 918

Not Surprising to see 'furd and Cal up there but it was a little surprisng that that UW beat out ucla for 4th place. Good to see the guys are hitting the books...

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