After 12-1 Central Florida edged out Stanford for the No. 10 spot in the final AP Top 25, the folks at UCF put together a top-10 reshuffle based on football graduation rates.
Who came out on top?
UCF, of course, with its 83 percent mark in the latest academic rankings released by the NCAA.
Clemson, 11-2, ran a strong second with its 77 percent mark, and was followed by 12-2 Missouri at 74 percent, 11-2 Alabama at 73 percent, and 11-2 Oregon at 72 percent.
Auburn (12-2) and Michigan State (13-1) tied for sixth at 70 percent, while 11-2 South Carolina came in eighth at 65 percent.
National champion Florida State (14-0) was ninth, with 11-2 Oklahoma 10th at 51 percent.