The Ducks remain in good standing with respect to the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate, which designed to hold program’s accountable for their players’ performance in the classroom.
According to data for the latest four-year cycle released Wednesday, Oregon’s football program posted a one-year score of 974, improving its multi-year rate seven points to 958.
Idaho and UNLV are the only two FBS programs facing a postseason ban for low APR. The NCAA has raised its rolling four-year benchmark from 900 to 930 (or a 940 average over the past two years).
The most recent APR scores are from the 2009-10, 2010- 11, 2011-12 and 2012-13 academic years. Oregon’s multi-year rate has improved four consecutive years.
Stanford (984) had the highest APR score among Pac-12 football programs ahead of UCLA (979), Utah (970), Washington (967) and Arizona (960).
Oregon had the sixth-highest score ahead of Colorado (955), Oregon State (950), Washington State (944), Arizona State (941), USC (941) and Cal (938).
All of Oregon’s sports programs are in good standing in the latest APR report. The men’s basketball score improved for the fourth consecutive year with a 974 for a multi-year rate of 945.