- Associated Press - Wednesday, November 4, 2015

The graduation rates of teams ranked in the Top 25 by The Associated Press, both football and men’s basketball. They are based on the latest Graduation Success Rates, released Wednesday by the NCAA, which cover incoming freshmen classes from 2005-08 and calculates the percentage of all athletes who earned a degree within six years of entering school.

TOP 25: FOOTBALL

1. Ohio St. 81.3 percent

2. Baylor 74.3

3. Clemson 83.6

4. LSU 69.8

5. TCU 83.8

6. Michigan St. 65.6

7. Alabama 85.7

8. Notre Dame 93.3

9. Stanford 98.6

10. Iowa 71

11. Florida 77.8

12. Oklahoma St. 54.3

13. Utah 69.2

14. Oklahoma 65.3

15. Memphis 72.4

16. Michigan 72

17. Florida St. 72.6

18. Houston 55.8

19. Mississippi 60

20. Toledo 73.3

21. North Carolina 61.8

22. UCLA 88.6

23. Temple 81.7

24. Mississippi St. 72

25. Texas A&M; 73.9

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TOP 25: MEN’S BASKETBALL

1. North Carolina 80 percent

2. Kentucky 90

3. Maryland 90.9

4. Kansas 100

5. Duke 100

6. Virginia 63.6

7. Iowa St. 75.0

8. Oklahoma 71.4

9. Gonzaga 87.5

10. Wichita St. 62.5

11. Villanova 100

12. Arizona 80.0

13. Michigan St. 62.5

14. California 54.5

15. Indiana 66.7

16. Utah 90.0

17. Wisconsin 66.7

18. Vanderbilt 83.3

19. Notre Dame 100

20. UConn 20

21. LSU 58.3

22. Baylor 90.9

23. Purdue 84.6

24. Butler 100

25. Michigan 88.9

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