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National champion UConn received the harshest penalties of any major conference basketball program on Tuesday when the NCAA released its annual Academic Progress Rates report.

The Huskies will lose two scholarships for the upcoming season after posting an 893 for the academic years of 2006-07 through 2009-10, well below the minimum threshold of 925. Here's a by the numbers look at the rest of the important men's basketball data from the rest of the APR report:

5: Men's basketball programs that received postseason bans next year, Cal State Northridge, Chicago State, Grambling, Louisiana-Monroe and Southern.

10: Men's basketball programs that received reductions in practice time, Cal State Northridge, Coppin State, Chicago State, Grambling State, Kennesaw State, Mississippi Valley State, Morgan State, Norfolk State and Southern University.

2: Major conference men's basketball programs that received scholarship reductions, Connecticut (2) and LSU (1).

823: Chicago State's APR score, the lowest of any men's basketball program in the nation.

6: Men's basketball programs that received perfect APR scores of 1,000, Texas, Kansas, Columbia, Butler, Holy Cross and DePaul

50: The percent of the 58 harshest penalties that historically black universities accounted for.  Of the 300 schools measured in this year's APR, only 24 of those were HBCUs.

945: The four-year average in the APR in men's basketball, a five-point increase over last year.

970: The four-year average in the APR among all NCAA sports

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