Where We Stand: Feb. 18, 2008 | Razorback Expats

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Where We Stand: Feb. 18, 2008

Posted By on Mon, Feb 18, 2008 at 11:09 AM

With Selection Sunday just less than four weeks away, we're starting a new feature here at RazorbackExpats. "Where We Stand" will run every Monday and is designed to you a quick look at where the Hogs may fit into the postseason picture. Without further ado:

RPI (Ratings Percentage Index): 31

USA Today/ESPN Top 25: Not ranked (listed fourth in the "others receiving votes" category).

AP Top 25: Not ranked (not listed in the "others receiving votes" category).

ESPN's Bracketology NCAA Tournament Projection: A 10 seed in the Midwest Region, slated to take on No. 7 seed Arizona in Raleigh, N.C.

CNN/SI.com's NCAA Tournament Projection: A 10 seed in the South Region, slated to take on No. 7 seed Pittsburgh (location of first-round match-up not specified).

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