Examining the ACC’s graduation success rates

The Tar Heels ranked dead-last in GSR in men’s basketball (40) and football (66), while ranking 11th in baseball (81). North Carolina director of athletics Bubba Cunningham explained that the school’s low graduation success rate in men’s basketball was attributed largely to underclassmen leaving for the NBA, and not completing their studies within the six-year window. (ACC Sports Journal)

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