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Graduation rates for Top 25 teams

The following schools appear in the Oct. 26 AP Top 25 and USA Today coaches' poll and are ranked according to their Graduation Success Rate, as calculated by the NCAA.

Both the NCAA and the U.S. Department of Education calculate graduation rates by allowing six academic years, because many students don't complete college in the traditional four years. That means the most recent stats gauge freshmen who entered college as early as 2006.

1. Notre Dame: 93 percent

2. Duke: 90 percent

3. TCU: 85 percent

4. Georgia: 82 percent

4. UCLA: 82 percent

6. West Virginia: 80 percent

7. Clemson: 77 percent

8. Nebraska: 76 percent

9. Ohio State: 75 percent

10. LSU: 74 percent

11. Alabama: 73 percent

11. Utah: 73 percent

13. Oregon: 72 percent

14. Auburn: 70 percent

14. Michigan State: 70 percent

16. Arizona State: 67 percent

16. Baylor: 67 percent

18. East Carolina: 66 percent

18. Marshall: 66 percent

20. Arizona: 60 percent

21. Kansas State: 59 percent

21. Mississippi State: 59 percent

23. Florida State: 58 percent

24. Ole Miss: 55 percent

25. Oklahoma: 51 percent