BYU No. 1 stone-cold sober for 14th straight year

by | Aug. 02, 2011

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Google would launch a month later, Bill Clinton was president and Harry Potter was 12 and in his second year at Hogwarts in August 1998, the last time BYU wasn't the nation's No. 1 stone-cold sober university in the Princeton Review's annual rankings.

The LDS Church-operated school is America's driest for the 14th straight year, a dynastic reign in the top spot longer than any string of championships the school's football program has ever managed during its best runs.

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