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The football programs at Michigan and Michigan State both posted their highest Academic Progress Rate scores since the NCAA introduced the system in 2003.

Michigan's score was 990 for the 2013-14 academic year and MSU's was 973.

The Academic Progress Rate (APR) formula measures classroom performance of Division I athletic programs.

Scores are calculated for each team at each school. An athlete receives one point each semester for being academically eligible and another point each semester for staying in school. A perfect score is 1,000.

Programs that do not meet a benchmark minimum score of 930 could be subject to penalties such as reductions in practice time, competitions or financial aid, or coaching suspensions.

This NCAA database includes scores for every sport at every college program.

In men's basketball, Michigan earned a 995 score and MSU a 975.

Michigan football

2004-05, 952

2005-06, 958

2006-07, 951

2007-08, 947

2008-09, 936

2009-10, 928

2010-11, 943

2011-12, 951

2012-13, 975

2013-14, 990

Michigan State football

2004-05, 907

2005-06, 922

2006-07, 926

2007-08, 931

2008-09, 941

2009-10, 938

2010-11, 943

2011-12, 955

2012-13, 962

2013-14, 973

Michigan men's basketball

2004-05, 964

2005-06, 949

2006-07, 927

2007-08, 944

2008-09, 956

2009-10, 970

2010-11, 1000

2011-12, 995

2012-13, 990

2013-14, 995

Michigan State men's basketball

2004-05, 949

2005-06, 965

2006-07, 963

2007-08, 985

2008-09, 1000

2009-10, 995

2010-11, 981

2011-12, 971

2012-13, 980

2013-14, 975

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