Cal Is 3rd In Academic Progress Rate In the Pac-10

Ted Miller reports the Golden Bears finished third in the conference. All Pac-10 schools made the cutoff line.

1. Stanford: 975.
2. USC: 971.
3. California: 963.
4. Oregon State: 962
5. Arizona: 961.
6. Washington State: 953.
7. Oregon: 949.
8. UCLA: 943.
9. Washington: 934.
10. Arizona State: 925

After a rough 2007-08 camapign on the field and in the classroom, it looks as is if Tedford's players stabled out and returned to form. No doubt having the top football athlete-scholar couldn't have hurt!

Year Single-Year APR Institution Start Date End Date
2003-04 927 University of California, Berkeley Dec 2001
2004-05 964
2005-06 1000
2006-07 973
2007-08 938
2008-09 963

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