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October 24, 2013 at 2:33 PM

Graduation rates for UW football, basketball rank third in the Pac-12

Washington football held steady with a graduation rate of 74 percent, third-best in the Pac-12 Conference, according to the Graduate Success Rate scores released by the NCAA on Thursday.

The latest data counted athletes who entered school between 2003-04 and 2006-07 and earned their degrees in six years.

The NCAA average for FBS programs was 71 percent, the highest ever.

Here’s how the Pac-12 stacked up in football:

— Stanford: 93 percent
— UCLA: 82
— Washington: 74
— Utah: 73
— Oregon: 72
— Colorado: 70
— Arizona State: 67
— Oregon State: 66
— Arizona: 60
— Washington State: 57
— USC: 53
— California: 44

UW men’s basketball had an 80 percent GSR, tied for third in the Pac-12.

Here’s how the Pac-12 stacked up in men’s basketball:

— Stanford: 83 percent
— Utah: 83
— Washington: 80
— Washington State: 80
— Oregon: 77
— Arizona State: 75
— Colorado: 67
— Arizona: 64
— Oregon State: 62
— UCLA: 60
— USC: 55
— California: 38

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