The NCAA released its latest graduation success rates this morning, and UCLA’s football numbers looked good.
The Bruins’ jumped from a 62 percent graduation rate in the 2005 cohort — seventh in the Pac-12 — to 82 percent in the newest figures, only behind Stanford.
These numbers, are, however, fairly old. The 2006 cohort accounts for freshmen that entered the school from 2003 to 2006. Some of players responsible for the numbers played for Rick Neuheisel, Jim Mora’s predecessor, but all started their careers under Karl Dorrell. Continue reading “UCLA football graduation rate jumps to second in Pac-12” »