USC Football APR Score Drops

The NCAA released APR scores today and USC football dropped four points to 941, which is the second-to-last score among Pac-12 schools. The multi-year scores cover the 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12 and 2012-13 school years.

USC’s football APR score has dropped each of the past four years.

Here’s the Pac-12 scores:

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

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  • SUCC de trop

    SUCC fotbal cranks scholesticaly en the Pack12 confirance.

    • UCLA Bleauz

      Hey, Grandpa!….. that was a good one!……for a Bruin…..

  • B-rad

    Perhaps Mr. Wolf could give us a breakdown of the score. How many football players lost eligibility due to grades? How much of the point deduction came from juniors declaring for the draft? Even if they were doing fine academically, USC gets a lower APR if an athlete drops out of school, yes?