How did your school do among this year's APR scores in football?

How did your school do among this year's APR scores in football?
How did your school do among this year's APR scores in football?

Each school's NCAA Academic Progress Rate for 2012-2013 was released on Wednesday. The APR tracks eligibility, progress, retention and graduation of each Division I scholarship player in a formula.

The benchmark multi-year APR score for a team is 930 over four years and 940 over two years. If a team doesn't hit that score, it faces penalties. Oklahoma State's football team lost a day of practice for the upcoming season after its APR score was 929.41 over that span. But since its two-year APR score from 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 was above the threshold, it wasn't banned from the postseason.

Idaho and UNLV can't say the same. Both teams, as previously reported, are facing postseason bans.

Average APR score in FBS and FCS football has increased each of the last three years, but football's multi-year average rate (951) still ranks behind baseball (967) and men's basketball (957), according to the NCAA,

How did your FBS team do? Here's a list of each school's latest multi-year score. You can search other scores at the NCAA's database here.

AAC

• Rutgers 980
• Central Florida 978
• South Florida 973
• Temple 963
• Connecticut 957
• Louisville 947
• Cincinnati 944
• Southern Methodist 944
• Memphis 940
• Houston 937








ACC

• Duke 992
• Georgia Tech 983
• Clemson 983
• Boston College 981
• Virginia Tech 977
• Miami 972
• Wake Forest 970
• Syracuse 965
• Pitt 961
• Florida State 958
• Virginia 956
• Maryland 950
• North Carolina State 950
• North Carolina 938












Big Ten

• Northwestern 991
• Wisconsin 989
• Nebraska 980
• Michigan 975
• Ohio State 972
• Indiana 972
• Iowa 969
• Minnesota 962
• Michigan State 962
• Purdue 961
• Illinois 957
• Penn State 954










Big 12

• Kansas State 968
• Oklahoma 965
• Kansas 959
• Baylor 957
• Iowa State 948
• Texas 947
• TCU 945
• West Virginia 942
• Texas Tech 932
• Oklahoma State 929 (Practice reduction)








C-USA

• Rice 975
• Middle Tennessee State 972
• Tulane 968
• North Texas 954
• Marshall 948
• UAB 943
• Old Dominion 942
• Louisiana Tech 941
• East Carolina 941
• Southern Miss 940
• Florida Atlantic 940
• Tulsa 934
• Florida International 933
• UTEP 928












Independent

• Army 976
• Notre Dame 972
• Navy 971
• BYU 938
• New Mexico State 915 (Practice reduction)
• Idaho 901 (Postseason ban)




MAC

• Toledo 975
• Northern Illinois 968
• Bowling Green 965
• Miami (OH) 959
• Western Michigan 958
• Ball State 957
• Kent State 944
• Ohio 941
• Eastern Michigan 940
• Central Michigan 940
• UMass 932
• Akron 932
• Buffalo 932











Mountain West

• Utah State 988
• Boise State 988
• Air Force 976
• San Jose State 967
• Hawaii 962
• San Diego State 960
• Wyoming 955
• New Mexico 952
• Fresno State 948
• Colorado State 943
• Nevada 930
• UNLV 925 (Postseason ban)










Pac-12

• Stanford 984
• UCLA 979
• Utah 970
• Washington 967
• Arizona 960
• Oregon 958
• Colorado 955
• Oregon State 950
• Washington State 944
• Southern Cal 941
• Arizona State 941
• Cal 938










SEC

• South Carolina 980
• Missouri 980
• Alabama 975
• Vanderbilt 974
• Mississippi State 974
• Texas A&M 971
• Florida 969
• Georgia 967
• Auburn 965
• Ole Miss 946
• LSU 946
• Kentucky 937
• Arkansas 935
• Tennessee 932












Sun Belt

• Texas State 956
• Western Kentucky 952
• Louisiana-Monroe 951
• Louisiana-Lafayette 951
• Georgia State 940
• Arkansas State 938
• South Alabama 933
• Troy 931






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