Found March 19, 2013 on The Roosevelts:
If Brains and Wins have anything to do with March Madness, the Blue Devils take the tournament for the second year in a row. We tallied the basketball player grad rates and win rates over the last 6 years and came up with a Student Athlete Score for each school. The winner? Duke University. The two highest scoring schools in the tournament were Duke and Kansas. Both have solid teams that have won a lot of games over the past 6 years, but what really pushed both to the forefront is that they have graduated 100% of their players. Check out how your alma mata ranks in this Student Athlete Championship Infographic created by DegreeSearch.
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