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TigerintheNO
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NCAA: 15 Division I programs face postseason bans over APR results
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According to the APR database, 15 programs across the country did not reach the 930 multiyear rate and therefore face postseason ineligibility.

Alabama A&M men's basketball, men's track and women's soccer

Alabama State men's basketball

Coppin State women's track

Delaware State men's basketball

Grambling State men's track

Howard football

McNeese State football

Prairie View A&M football

Southern University men's cross country and men's track

Stephen F. Austin baseball, football and men's basketball


McNeese Is just one of two non historically black colleges to make the list


SeeeeK
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re: NCAA: 15 Division I programs face postseason bans over APR results
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McNeese Is just one of two non historically black colleges to make the list


Wow, i thought these schools were also all black colleges:

Alabama A&M men's basketball, men's track and women's soccer

Alabama State men's basketball

Coppin State women's track

Delaware State men's basketball

Grambling State men's track

Howard football

McNeese State football

Prairie View A&M football

Southern University men's cross country and men's track


Lsuhoohoo
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re: NCAA: 15 Division I programs face postseason bans over APR results
3 bans come outta this thread


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speechles
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re: NCAA: 15 Division I programs face postseason bans over APR results
Lots of coaching turnover hasn’t made room for focusing on academics lately in Lake Charles. We’ll get back there


tom
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re: NCAA: 15 Division I programs face postseason bans over APR results
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McNeese Is just one of two non historically black colleges to make the list


That's great news for these schools, since APR will be called racist and the requirements dropped.


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Bottom9
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re: NCAA: 15 Division I programs face postseason bans over APR results
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historically black colleges


Pretty disappointed to see that. I have been told for decades that HBCU have the USA's brightest students


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Master of Sinanju
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re: NCAA: 15 Division I programs face postseason bans over APR results
APR is racist.


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CelticDog
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re: NCAA: 15 Division I programs face postseason bans over APR results
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focusing on academics


like going to class, doing assignments.

and recruiting guys who can play but never really tried in high school.


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TigerintheNO
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re: NCAA: 15 Division I programs face postseason bans over APR results
they are, Stephen Austin is the other school that isn't a HBCU


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double d
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re: NCAA: 15 Division I programs face postseason bans over APR results
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Stephen F. Austin baseball, football and men's basketball


Damn, what are they doing in Nacogdoches?


Sterling Archer
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re: NCAA: 15 Division I programs face postseason bans over APR results
3 Louisiana schools. Print the shirts!


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Drew Brews
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re: NCAA: 15 Division I programs face postseason bans over APR results
If they have a head coach and AD of color they should probably just automatically move up 16 spots in those rankings.


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CelticDog
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re: NCAA: 15 Division I programs face postseason bans over APR results
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Stephen F. Austin baseball, football and men's basketball



Damn, what are they doing in Nacogdoches?


made playoffs in everything.

a nice run just ended.


msutiger
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re: NCAA: 15 Division I programs face postseason bans over APR results
NCAA penalizes a teams APR score when someone transfers out, yet they have created and support a transfer heavy environment in college basketball.

I'm not saying that is the reason for any of these, but that is going to bite someone one day.


SeeeeK
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re: NCAA: 15 Division I programs face postseason bans over APR results
the APR is a joke

frick the NCAA


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SCLibertarian
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re: NCAA: 15 Division I programs face postseason bans over APR results
Can't wait to hear Jemele Hill's take on this.


BZ504
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re: NCAA: 15 Division I programs face postseason bans over APR results
I wonder how many SWAC-MEAC sports survive the pandemic.


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Prominentwon
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re: NCAA: 15 Division I programs face postseason bans over APR results
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Lots of coaching turnover hasn’t made room for focusing on academics lately in Lake Charles. We’ll get back there


Nah, that’s Lance Guidry not giving a damn about anything. Same can be said for Gilbert.

Without looking or trying to find what I saw the other day, Frank Wilson already has them in the upper echelon of the conference in academics.


msutiger
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re: NCAA: 15 Division I programs face postseason bans over APR results
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Without looking or trying to find what I saw the other day, Frank Wilson already has them in the upper echelon of the conference in academics.


But yet they are the ones paying the price.

APR is so dumb.


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