The NCAA announced APR scores today and USC football checked in with a multi-year score of 945. That is two points lower than last year and USC was ninth in the Pac-12. A multi-year score covers the 2008-09 to 2011-12 academic years.
USC’s score is four points below the national average for football. Cal finished last with a score of 935, good for a bottom 10 finish nationally.
USC men’s basketball fared better, with a multi-year score of 957 despite a 2011-12 score of 939. The multi-year score is five points above national average and tied for eighth in Pac-12.
To compete in 2013-14 postseason events, teams must have a 900 or better multi-year APR scire or a 930 or better average for the past two years.