The University of Texas boasted five teams with a perfect APR, but football’s overall grade was in the bottom 10 for programs competing in the country’s major conferences, according to information released Tuesday by the NCAA.
The Longhorns football team had a rolling, four-year average of 936, with 1,000 being the perfect score. It’s a one-point drop from a year ago, but well above the minimum four-year average of 900. Any score below 900 triggers NCAA penalties ranging in a reduction of practice time and scholarships to bans from post-season play.
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