Players aren’t the only ones who get evaluated on academic progress; coaches do, as well.
The academic progress report (APR) for head coaches was made available Thursday, and Georgia Tech head coach Paul Johnson claimed high marks.
The single-year APR for Johnson and his football program in the 2008-09 school year was 993 (out of a possible 1,000). That was his first year at Georgia Tech.
APR data showcases how individual colleges and individual teams fare academically.