Last week, Boston College, Clemson, Duke and Georgia Tech were recognized as NCAA Public Recognition Award winners for their football programs’ APR, which ranked in the top 10 percent nationally.

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  • walterhogan812 May 18, 2014
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    Duke, 992
    Georgia Tech, 983
    Clemson, 983
    Boston College, 981
    Virginia Tech, 977
    Miami, 972
    Wake Forest, 970 Syracuse, 965 Pittsburgh, 961 Florida State, 958 Virginia, 956 Maryland, 950 NC State, 950 North Carolina, 938

    Louisville, which officially replaces Maryland as an ACC member next month, had an APR of 947.

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