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APR Rates-- You're going to LOVE this

Note: Edited due to my misremembering the information on Ted Miller's blog. UCLA is in fact 1 spot LOWER than previously written. UW comes in at #4.

 

If this has already been discussed, then I apologize, but I didn't see it anywhere in the fan posts, and I figured it deserves it's own discussion here. The latest Academic Progress Rates are out, and you can probably guess who is #1: Stanford. But that's not the awesome part.

1. Stanford 984

2. Cal 970

3. USC 956

4. UW 954

5. UCLA 948

 

What I found interesting about this whole ordeal, is all we have heard the last few years is how much more intelligent UCLA's players are then the rest of the Pac-10, hell MAYBE EVEN THE COUNTRY. Numbers don't lie Bruins. Both USC and Cal, who you HATE, are actually, indeed, SMARTER THAN YOU.

Let the Oregon State shit talking begin, say what you will, but its UCLA that this concerns.

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