That's the SEC graduation rate, which, as you can see, has Alabama at #3 in the conference behind Vanderbilt and Florida. Tennessee is now tied for #12, also known as DEAD FREAKING LAST in the conference, along with Arkansas.
Had he done even a little bit of research, he would have realized that the University of Tennessee doesn't even begin classes until Wed, Jan 13th for the 2010 spring semester. Final exams are taken from May 4th through May 11th. That information can be found at this location - http://registrar.tennessee.edu/academic_calendar/0910_acad_cal.shtml.
Meanwhile, The University of Alabama begins classes on Tues, Jan 5th for the 2010 spring semester, according to http://registrar.ua.edu/calendar/spring_2010.html. Final exams are taken from May 3rd through May 7th. So they're missing 3 days of classes, which, in reality, would only be one to two classes at the most for ALL students, while UT doesn't even begin their classes until 9 days later.
Clay. Brotha. Do some research, you hypocritical in-breeder.
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