- Punished for Poor Progress
- NCAA Cracks Down on Kansas
- Quick Takes: Ind. Students Killed in Plane Crash, Asians Top Whites at U. of Calif., CEO Accused of Harassment Quits, Michigan Drug Benefit, Miss. Crackdown on Diploma Mills, Court Rejects Challenge to Calif. Stem Cell Center, Plan on Loan Tax Credit
- Trojans Trashed by NCAA
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- Free Textbooks, Big Price for 'Bama
- NCAA Levies Academic Penalties
- After slight dip, athletes' graduation rates back up
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April 14, 2006
and the Universities of Arizona (baseball and football) and Kansas (baseball) -- were still negotiating with NCAA officials over the Academic Progress Rates of their athletes when the association announced the first round of penalties under its new program for gauging teams' classroom success last month. The eighth university that was still under review at the time of the NCAA's announcement last month, Tulane University, did not face any penalties, the association said Thursday.
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