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    How our APR stacks up against NCAA Averages

    Here's how our APRs in 2011-2012 stacked up against the NCAA averages

    Code:
    +------------------------+-----------+----------+------------+
    |         Sport          | ISU Score | NCAA Avg | Difference |
    +------------------------+-----------+----------+------------+
    | Football               |       928 |      951 |        -23 |
    | Men's Basketball       |       949 |      937 |         12 |
    | Men's Cross Country    |       977 |      977 |          0 |
    | Men's Golf             |       980 |      968 |         12 |
    | Men's Track, Indoor    |       965 |      970 |         -5 |
    | Men's Track, Outdoor   |       967 |      975 |         -8 |
    | Men's Wrestling        |       970 |      957 |         13 |
    | Softball               |       988 |      977 |         11 |
    | Women's Basketball     |       985 |      973 |         12 |
    | Women's Cross Country  |       988 |      984 |          4 |
    | Women's Golf           |       991 |      986 |          5 |
    | Women's Gymnastics     |       995 |      987 |          8 |
    | Women's Soccer         |       978 |      983 |         -5 |
    | Women's Swimming       |       992 |      987 |          5 |
    | Women's Tennis         |      1000 |      983 |         17 |
    | Women's Track, Indoor  |       988 |      980 |          8 |
    | Women's Track, Outdoor |       990 |      982 |          8 |
    | Women's Volleyball     |       985 |      980 |          5 |
    +------------------------+-----------+----------+------------+
    Overall I'd say we're doing pretty well. We have 4 sports below the average, 1 at the average, and 13 above the average.



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    Re: How our APR stacks up against NCAA Averages

    What's the minimum again?



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    Re: How our APR stacks up against NCAA Averages

    I think 940



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    Re: How our APR stacks up against NCAA Averages

    Quote Originally Posted by buf87 View Post
    I think 940
    They may have changed but I know Michigan threw a up a 897 the year RichRod came in and they had a bunch of attrition. 928 is not good though. It's somewhat embarrassing but at the same time, as long as we aren't getting penalized it's not a huge deal. In the words of Cordale Jones: "We didn't come here to play school."


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    Re: How our APR stacks up against NCAA Averages

    It's 920 now. But I believe it goes to 930 next year.



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    Re: How our APR stacks up against NCAA Averages

    Quote Originally Posted by Tre4ISU View Post
    In the words of Cordale Jones: "We didn't come here to play school."
    I think I like the DeMarcus Cousins quotes a little bit better on facing Cornell in the NCAA tournament, "We're not out there reading books, we're out there playing basketball."



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    Re: How our APR stacks up against NCAA Averages

    Quote Originally Posted by Tre4ISU View Post
    They may have changed but I know Michigan threw a up a 897 the year RichRod came in and they had a bunch of attrition. 928 is not good though. It's somewhat embarrassing but at the same time, as long as we aren't getting penalized it's not a huge deal. In the words of Cordale Jones: "We didn't come here to play school."
    Meh, I see it as schools with high standards having a tough time; UNC, UT, Cal, us... The reason some SEC schools aren't on the list is because they lack standards. And I said some, not talking about VU, UF, MU.


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    Re: How our APR stacks up against NCAA Averages

    Quote Originally Posted by weR138 View Post
    Meh, I see it as schools with high standards having a tough time; UNC, UT, Cal, us... The reason some SEC schools aren't on the list is because they lack standards. And I said some, not talking about VU, UF, MU.
    There you go again picking on LSU and Miss State........how else are they going to get to College World Series?


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    Re: How our APR stacks up against NCAA Averages

    Quote Originally Posted by Judoka View Post
    It's 920 now. But I believe it goes to 930 next year.
    It is a 2 year average too isn't it? That would mean we need a 932 this year just to squeak by. A little too close for comfort in my opinion. Men's basketball has been on a nice 7 year or so run of improving every year and is in decent shape now so hopefully football can do the same.



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    Re: How our APR stacks up against NCAA Averages

    Quote Originally Posted by ricochet View Post
    It is a 2 year average too isn't it? That would mean we need a 932 this year just to squeak by. A little too close for comfort in my opinion. Men's basketball has been on a nice 7 year or so run of improving every year and is in decent shape now so hopefully football can do the same.
    For the 2013 and 2014 seasons, the minimum is either:

    900 APR over the last four years, or
    930 APR over the last two years

    Beginning in 2015, the minimum is either:

    930 APR over the last four years, or
    940 APR over the last two years

    If you don't hit either of the minimums, you are ineligible for postseason play.

    Interesting to note that ISU would not be eligible under the 2015 standard, as our multi-year (the four year rate, or the number that we're all looking at) is 928, and our two-year rate is 938. So we would be short of both of those 930/940 minimums.



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