The APR (Academic Progress Rate) numbers have been released and Texas Tech is in the clear . . . not by much, but we're in the clear. As an aside, I agree with BOTC, I really could care less about these numbers so long as Texas Tech is on the right side of things. So passing by 1 point or by 100 points, it makes no difference to me or to the NCAA. Despite that, we'll take a look at the numbers, because we can.
First things first, a score of 925 is passing for all intents and purposes. Anything below 925 can be bad, but it's not a "one strike and you're out" rule. A school and a program has to demonstrate a history of underperforming to be punished. On the plus side, anything above 925 is gravy. If a school has a failing score for a number of years then that school can lose some scholarships among other things:
Here is how Texas Tech performed in the major men's sports:
And just in case you're keeping score, here's how the rest of the Big 12 performed in football and men's basketball:
You'll note that of the Big 12 schools in football, only Kansas has a failing rate and will suffer scholarship losses. Meanwhile, on the basketball side, Kansas State could lose 2 basketball scholarships should a player leave the school while academically ineligible. I'd also recommend a look at Rush The Court's breakdown of the APR numbers for men's basketball, and considers the problems that Memphis might face because their entire starting 5 might leave for the NBA.