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Getting into College By Mike Huguenin and Alan Schmadtke Sentinel Staff Writers

January 16, 2005

Here is our gauge on how the 119 Division I-A universities rate -- on a four-level scale -- at getting football players into school. Ratings were determined through interviews with about two dozen coaches, conference officials, recruiting coordinators and academic coordinators. Important to note: Schools are measured only against schools in their conference. In other words, don't compare a Big Ten school with a Pac-10 school.

Atlantic Coast -- 12 schools

Buckle down: Duke, Wake Forest
Semi-tough: Boston College, Georgia Tech
Semi-easy: Florida State, Maryland, Miami, North Carolina, Virginia
All in: Clemson, NC State, Virginia Tech

Big East -- 8 schools

Buckle down: None
Semi-tough: Syracuse
Semi-easy: Connecticut, Pittsburgh, USF
All in: Cincinnati, Louisville, Rutgers, West Virginia

Big Ten -- 11 schools


Buckle down: Northwestern
Semi-tough: Illinois, Michigan, Penn State
Semi-easy: Indiana, Iowa, Purdue, Wisconsin
All in: Michigan State, Minnesota, Ohio State

Big 12 -- 12 schools


Buckle down: None
Semi-tough: Missouri
Semi-easy: Baylor, Colorado, Iowa State, Texas, Texas A&M
All in: Kansas, Kansas State, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech

Conference USA -- 12 schools


Buckle down: Rice, SMU
Semi-tough: Tulane
Semi-easy: Houston, Tulsa, UCF
All in: East Carolina, Marshall, Memphis, UAB, UTEP, Southern Miss

Mid-American -- 12 schools


Buckle down: Buffalo, Kent State, Miami (Ohio), Ohio U.
Semi-tough: Ball State
Semi-easy: Eastern Michigan, Central Michigan, Northern Illinois, Western Michigan
All in: Akron, Bowling Green, Toledo

Mountain West -- 9 schools


Buckle down: Air Force
Semi-tough: Utah
Semi-easy: BYU, New Mexico, TCU, Wyoming
All in: Colorado State, San Diego State, UNLV

Pacific 10 -- 10 schools


Buckle down: Stanford
Semi-tough: UCLA
Semi-easy: Arizona, California, Oregon, USC, Washington
All in: Arizona State, Oregon State, Washington State

Southeastern -- 12 schools


Buckle down: Vanderbilt
Semi-tough: Georgia
Semi-easy: Florida, Kentucky, LSU, Ole Miss
All in: Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Mississippi State, South Carolina, Tennessee

Sun Belt -- 8 schools


Buckle down: None
Semi-tough: UL-Lafayette, UL-Monroe
Semi-easy: FAU, FIU
All in: Arkansas State, Middle Tennessee, North Texas, Troy

Western Athletic -- 9 schools


Buckle down: None
Semi-tough: None
Semi-easy: Fresno State, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada
All in: Boise State, Louisiana Tech, New Mexico State, San Jose State, Utah State

Independents -- 4 schools


Buckle down: Army, Navy
Semi-tough: Notre Dame
Semi-easy: None
All in: Temple

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